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Agenda Packet - 2020-11-18 PM (07) 0(c E1)r_ MEMORANDUM C.) Al�— O OREGOv‘ TO: Transportation Advisory Board FROM: William R. Farley, PE—Traffic Engineer Engineering Department SUBJECT: Railroad Quiet Zones DATE: November 13, 2020 Summary Multiple requests have been received to initiate the establishment of quiet zones on the Portland and Western Railroad line through the City of Lake Oswego. To receive authorization for quiet zones,jurisdictions are required to work with the railroad that owns the track and the Federal Railroad Administration to mitigate additional risk that may result from allowing trains to abstain from the routine horn sounding. This report will go into the details of the requirements, and what it would cost the City to make improvements to meet those requirements. Rules & Regulations Federal regulations require that trains sound their horns no more than one-quarter of a mile in advance of and between 15 and 20 seconds prior to entering public highway-rail grade crossings as a universal safety precaution. While an active quiet zone will allow trains to discontinue the regular sounding their horn, trains will still be able to use horns in emergency situations or to comply with other railroad or Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) rules. Quiet zones also do not eliminate the use of locomotive bells at crossings. New quiet zones requested by a public authority must be at least one-half mile in length and contain at least one public grade crossing. Every public grade crossing in a quiet zone must be equipped at a minimum with active grade crossing warning devices consisting of flashing lights, gates, constant warning time devices, and power out indicators. Since the absence of routine horn sounding increases the risk of collisions at grade crossings, the public authority is usually required to mitigate any additional risk by funding and installing Supplementary Safety Measures. 503.675.3984 380 A Avenue PO BOX 369 Lake Oswego, OR 97034 www.ci.oswego.or.us Page 2 of 13 In order to establish a new quiet zone, one of the following conditions must be met: 1. The Quiet Zone Risk Index (QZRI) needs to be less than or equal to the Nationwide Significant Risk Threshold (NSRT). The QZRI is a scoring that represents the average risk for all public highway-rail crossings in the proposed quiet zone when trains don't use their horns. The NSRT is the level of risk calculated annually by averaging the risk at all of the Nation's public highway-rail grade crossings equipped with flashing lights and gates where horns are routinely sounded. The NSRT changes yearly, so a quiet zone meeting this requirement can be rescinded should the Nation's average risk increase. 2. The QZRI needs to be less than or equal to the Risk Index with Horns (RIWH), which is the average risk for all public high-rail crossings in the proposed quiet zone when train horns are routinely sounded. 3. All public highway-rail crossings in the quiet zone have Supplementary Safety Measures installed. Supplementary Safety Measures (SSMs) are pre-approved engineering treatments that reduce the risk of collisions at grade crossings. These additional measures can include the installation of four-quadrant gates, installation of medians and channelization devices, or the permanent closure of nearby crossings. Lake Oswego's Current Railroad Crossing Locations The Portland and Western Railroad owns the railway that extends a little over five miles through the City of Lake Oswego. Along the railway there are ten highway-rail grade crossings and three pedestrian crossings accessible by the public. According to 2016 data referenced by the FRA in their crossing inventory forms', up to 16 trains a week are estimated to travel through the city at a maximum speed of 25 MPH. Four of the highway-rail grade crossings and one pedestrian crossing are located on the western edge of the city within a 2.0-mile segment. The railroad in this area crosses Boones Ferry Road, one of the city's busiest roadways, in two places approximately 0.5 miles apart. The crossing on McEwan Road and the western crossing on Boones Ferry Road separate the jurisdictions of the City of Lake Oswego and the City of Tualatin. Five highway-rail grade crossings and two pedestrian crossings are located on the eastern edge of the city within a 1.5-mile segment.Two of the highway-rail grade crossings and one pedestrian crossing in this area are on or immediately next to Oregon Highway 43 and would require the Oregon Department of Transportation to investigate and implement any possible Supplementary Safety Measures. 1 https://safetvdata.fra.dot.gov/OfficeofSafety/publicsite/DownloadCrossinsInventorvData.aspx Page 3 of 13 Figure 1 on the following page provides a map showing each of the rail crossings accessible by the public in the City of Lake Oswego. Red areas on the map show where trains may sound their horn 20 seconds from entering a highway-rail grade crossing. Table 1 on page five provides a list of each of the rail crossings in the city and identifies the existing equipment as well as supplementary safety measures that could be implemented. Page 4 of 13 4, ii:J, . 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Jt .:2020 Google ti]• ', ' �.. .: ' - ¢ Y: .r krr[5� _ 4000 ft Figure 1: Map of rail crossings and where trains sound horns Page 5 of 13 Table 1: Rail Crossings in Lake Oswego Existing Needed Supplementary Crossing Jurisdiction Equipment Safety Measures McEwan Rd Flashing Lights Non-traversable Median Lake Oswego/ near 65th Ave Lowering Gate Lane Channelization Tualatin Boones Ferry Rd Flashing Lights Four Quadrant Gates Lake Oswego/ nearJean Way Lowering Gate Vehicle Detection Tualatin Improved Median Four-Quadrant Gates Boones Ferry Rd Flashing Lights Vehicle Detection Lake Oswego near Pilkington Rd Lowering Gate Improved Median Bryant Rd Flashing Lights Non-traversable Median Lake Oswego near Lower Dr Lowering Gate Lane Channelization Reese Rd To Be Determined None Lake Oswego Pedestrian Pathway by FRA Diagnostic Team Lakeview Blvd Flashing Lights Non-traversable Median near Iron Mountain Lake Oswego Blvd Lowering Gate Lane Channelization Mulligan Ln To Be Determined near North Shore Rd None by FRA Diagnostic Team Private Berwick Rd Flashing Lights Non-traversable Median Lake Oswego near North Shore Rd Lowering Gate Lane Channelization 5th St To Be Determined None Lake Oswego near Cabana Ln by FRA Diagnostic Team 3rd St To Be Determined None Lake Oswego Pedestrian Crossing by FRA Diagnostic Team State St To Be Determined Flashing Lights Lake Oswego Pedestrian Crossing by FRA Diagnostic Team Four-Quadrant Gates State St Flashing Lights near Foothills Rd Lowering Gate Vehicle Detection ODOT Improved Median State St Flashing Lights To Be Determined ODOT near E Ave Lowering Gate by FRA Diagnostic Team Page 6 of 13 Potential Quiet Zones Any work at the highway-rail grade crossings located on both edges of the city would require working with other jurisdictions, either with the City of Tualatin to the west or the Oregon Department of Transportation along State Street. Establishing a quiet zone that includes the crossings of the Public Storage access (opposite E Avenue), State Street, McEwan Road, or the western crossing of Boones Ferry Road would likely require intergovernmental agreements regarding sharing the costs of Supplementary Safety Measures, which will be subject to review by the other jurisdictions. Additionally, if any work at the State Street highway-rail grade crossing impacts the operation of the nearby intersection of State Street/A Avenue, the cost for establishing a rail quiet zone that includes State Street could easily exceed $1,000,000. Accordingly, these four highway-rail grade crossings were excluded from any analysis and the establishment of a quiet zone was only evaluated for the remaining six highway-rail grade crossings. Risk was calculated for each potential quiet zone using the Quiet Zone Calculator2 provided by the FRA. Boones Ferry Road near Pilkington Road Boones Ferry Road near the railway crossing east of Pilkington Road is a four-lane Principal Arterial3 with center median that serves approximately 19,000 vehicles per day. The highway- rail grade crossing has flashing lights and gates to warn drivers of approaching trains. A raised median extends over 100 feet north of the gate for the southbound approach and approximately 30 feet south of the gate for the northbound approach. 2 Quiet Zone Calculator: https://safetvdata.fra.dot.gov/Quiet/ 3 Classification of roadway based on Federal Functional Classification (https://www.oregon.gov/ODOT/Data/Pages/Maps.aspx) Page 7 of 13 iiirt.--,_,= . .41114,111\ • fi... ¢ i r '.. r. W ' T ".' l oc . Fre ''' . 4� ,' t . , 4y-, Imo.:y -.,,, - 1. P \P er r `- F• - Boones Ferry R. //� •• '`??�. r* r ,fir 'tir . e ,ir _ /t •� `1* f. ..IV ! Leg tl Google Earth y ' Fn$ewo''' • N e r r 1 ; 300 Figure 2: Rail crossing on Boones Ferry Road near Pilkington Road Without the installation of any additional SSMs, the Quiet Zone Risk Index is calculated to exceed both the 2019 National Significant Risk Threshold and the Risk Index with Horns. If the raised median south of the crossing is extended to at least 100 feet from the gate for the northbound approach, the crossing could qualify for the establishment of a quiet zone. However, it should be noted that due to the amount of traffic carried by Boones Ferry Road, the skew of the crossing, and the close proximity of two other traffic signals, a four-quadrant gate system with vehicle detection could be required by the FRA to reduce the risk of collisions further. If the construction of 70 feet of additional median is sufficient to satisfy the requirements of the FRA, the cost of establishing the quiet zone at this intersection could cost approximately $50,000. Should a four-quadrant gate system be required after further investigation by the FRA, the cost for establishing the quiet zone at just this intersection could exceed $500,000. Bryant Road near Lower Drive Bryant Road near the railway crossing is a two-lane Major Collector that serves approximately 11,000 vehicles per day. The highway-rail grade crossing has flashing lights and gates to warn drivers of approaching trains. The crossing is located on a bend in the roadway and on a hill with the roadway sloping to the south about ten percent. Page 8 of 13 -40414 Bryant Rd • vit a e as aw 1'- Legend key' j F y fti..m iirnu a 4 poogle Earth - ooe Figure 3: Rail crossing on Bryant Road The highway-rail grade crossing does not meet the requirements of establishing a quiet zone with only the flashing gates currently provided. To reduce the risk to acceptable levels, it is anticipated that 100 feet of non-traversable curb medians with reflective traffic channelization devices would likely be needed to the north and south of the crossing. The installation of the medians could require widening of the roadway and may end up restricting access to the home and businesses near the crossing. Due to the proximity of the crossing to an intersection, an additional median will be needed on Lower Road to ensure vehicles don't cross lanes to bypass the lowering gates. Not including any difficulties that may arise with the challenging topography of the crossing at Bryant, it is estimated that establishing a quiet zone at Bryant Road could cost between approximately$50,000 and $75,000. It should be noted that a pedestrian crossing is located at Reese Road less than 0.50 mile to the east of Bryant Road, which would require an investigation by the FRA Diagnostic Team. Since the pedestrian crossing has no current flashing lights or other safety devices, it is likely improvements or a closure will be needed at that location, which will significantly increase the cost of establishing the quiet zone in this area. Additionally, since the crossings at Bryant Road and at Boones Ferry Road east of Pilkington Road are less than 0.50 miles apart. A quiet zone established at only one of the intersections is unlikely to have a significant benefit to the residences in this area since the train will be required to sound it's horn when approaching the opposite crossing. Accordingly, if a quiet Page 9 of 13 zone application is submitted by the City in this area, it would be recommended that it encompasses both crossing locations. Lakeview Boulevard near Iron Mountain Boulevard Lakeview Boulevard near the railway crossing is a two-lane Minor Collector that serves approximately 2,000 vehicles per day. The highway-rail grade crossing has flashing lights and gates to warn drivers of approaching trains. The crossing is located south of a roundabout between bends in the railway that may obstruct visibility of oncoming trains approaching from either direction. F- R :r,4 i,r•- H Linz '� Y .; f '' 'S: r ' f - aU � ' •' i. ip- y "- . t 1 * 4 j „ `I • r . / i i44 ,. ,L a ; � wig :a � .; � •., _ �' - iiii4- : je '.2:' 4 4.0 4 1*'' .i.4.0 ' - ,',, '`-:. -1';'''''' ,04; -""''-------,-- ,,,._,„_- 'n r /xP,'�� � ,gip 41444 � 74100 # � / e ice.: < 140414 4 . 927 9� f I. * i . - It 4 r�1:: k A ,.y y ,. 'b' ,•.T a t `. `k l� ,* ..• i., '4 +� 1+ % _f 1 "r 47�x 1 f 'A , ' ,� r f r ....fie, • • s, _.,r_7ei.F 1 Legend '' a 1e' " Ra oos e Ff P P W 1 r- - R 1! /rr Hamaae 1 g1e Earth :a.,z it, � . �' 1 Figure 4: Rail crossing on Lakeview Boulevard The crossing at Lakeview Boulevard meets the requirements of having less risk than the 2019 Nationwide Significant Risk Threshold for a quiet zone without any improvements. However, the crossing has enough risk that if the NSRT lowers, the quiet zone can be rescinded. To meet the requirements for establishing a quiet zone based on the risk being less than the Risk Index with Horns, it is anticipated that non-traversable curb medians with reflective traffic channelization devices could be installed for at least 100 feet north and south of the highway- rail grade crossing.The installation of the median would likely require widening of the roadway to maintain sufficient lane widths in the area. Should the Supplementary Safety Measure be sufficient, the cost to construct the median is estimated to be between approximately$50,000 and $75,000, excluding any possible costs for the road widening or stormwater management. Page 10 of 13 Mulligan Lane to State Street(Downtown Lake Oswego) Since the highway-rail grade crossings on Mulligan Lane, Berwick Road, and 5' Street are all within a 0.75-mile segment, a quiet zone was evaluated for the section instead of each crossing individually. It should be stated that even with a quiet zone in this segment, trains will still regularly sound their horns approaching State Street approximately 0.20 miles to the east. --. 4'4 ' •- "wait. i rilifirgimi frig I "a-VW ',lei°. . 1 , . ,, F.' -.0 i , e ... ,,,,,, -_... i, , .;„,1-11 ,. Ili e ,_ ."'""•'...-.1 veserW ` '•- qfE ' . �,. m.�-6 4 k l,f +. , f, Y ' . ,, veM ` t i q s]a te s. 4 , I. , � � s 4 k ` �y 7 • 4-a -Iit •-• '14Sta te (Pert)� s ) ,r� a^ Ra H1a / 1 t i 40"' I l d .. h.440..�y w°-'r.>T�. �` , •w,..s, .Be i Rtl,F F-resriGr�'.. [-. ''' 3f6'St Wed J Q= • jrd,di Elan Ln Alig z " —_ -'.°"�' �Y I , 1' „It, —. .r J f 1 •"-- ;Pon R-°,, w I —' t M_ Y-rh�es:-Ra -.- 'is, _.1 t Lea d e �e- - R i crossT ,.'•,,, �\ "„i -Y t r; v'' # ,anH�,,,<9e, ,A Google Earth .• J. � i 1 lip A . �-- I ., Figure 5: Rail crossings near Downtown Lake Oswego Mulligan Lane near the rail crossing is a single-lane Local Road that serves as a connection between Iron Mountain Boulevard and residences on North Shore Road. Although the street is a private roadway outside the jurisdiction of the City of Lake Oswego, it is still accessible by the public. The highway-rail grade crossing is controlled by stop signs and is lacking flashing lights or lowering gates. Berwick Road near the railway crossing is a two-lane Local Road that serves approximately 1,400 vehicles per day. The highway-rail grade crossing has flashing lights and gates to warn drivers of approaching trains. The crossing is located north of the intersection between Berwick Road and North Shore Road. 5" Street near the rail crossing is a two-lane Local Road that serves approximately 150 vehicles per day. The highway-rail crossing is controlled by stop signs and is lacking flashing lights or lowering gates. Page 11 of 13 To be eligible for a quiet zone, Mulligan Lane will either need to be closed from crossing the tracks, or flashing lights, gates, constant warning time devices, and power out indicators will need to be installed. Should Mulligan Lane remain open and have warning devices installed, the crossing may also require additional SSMs following the review of the FRA Diagnostic Team. The cost for the installation of warning devices at Mulligan Lane is estimated to be between $250,000 and $300,000. While the risk at Berwick Road wouldn't be less than the Risk Index with Horns, the crossing can meet the requirements of having less risk than the 2019 Nationwide Significant Risk Threshold for a quiet zone without any improvements. Since 5th Street serves as the only access for approximately 14 homes, it will not have the option to be closed and flashing lights, gates, constant warning time devices, and power out indicators will need to be installed for the segment to be eligible for a quiet zone. Non- traversable medians may also be required to the north to ensure drivers don't try to drive around the lowering gates. The cost for the installation of warning devices at 5' Street is estimated to be between $225,000 and $275,000. Depending on whether Mulligan Lane remains open or is closed from crossing the railroad tracks, costs for establishing a quiet zone between 3rd Street and approximately 0.15 miles west of Mulligan Lane near Downtown Lake Oswego could range between an estimated $300,000 and $550,000. It should be noted that a pedestrian crossing is located at 3rd Street, approximately 0.15 miles east of the crossing at 5" Street. Since the crossing has no flashing lights or other safety devices, it would need to be investigated further by the FRA Diagnostic Team and may require additional improvements, increasing the total cost of establishing a quiet zone in this area. Next Steps To proceed with establishing a quiet zone once the desired crossings are identified, an application must be submitted to the FRA by the City of Lake Oswego (the road authority). The FRA will then work with the road authority to put together a diagnostic team consisting of representatives from the FRA, each road authority (the City), the railroad (Portland & Western Railroad), and the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) Rail & Public Transit Division. This diagnostic team would be responsible for the investigation of each crossing in the proposed quiet zone area to determine what improvements need to be implemented at each crossing. Following the investigation and identification of required improvements, a Notice of Intent would need to be provided to the railroad and ODOT that lists the crossings within the proposed quiet zone. Both agencies will then have 60 days in which to provide comments on the proposed plan. Page 12 of 13 If no comments are received, the City would then be responsible of constructing the identified Supplementary Safety Measures at all public, private, and pedestrian crossings within the proposed quiet zone. Afterwards, the City provide a Notice of Quiet Zone Establishment to all relevant parties and post signs showing a quiet zone is in effect. Following the establishment of a quiet zone, updated crossing inventories must be maintained with the FRA within every 3 years. Conclusions After review of the Quiet Zone Risk Index for six highway-rail grade crossings in the City of Lake Oswego, it was concluded that a quiet zone could be established in three areas, given some improvements be made to crossings without flashing lights/lowering gates and Supplementary Safety Measures be installed. All of this is subject to funding being made available to make the improvements, which would require City Council direction and approval. Table 2 on the following page summarizes the anticipated improvements and estimated costs to establish quiet zones in different areas of Lake Oswego. Page 13 of 13 Table 2:Summary of Improvements and Costs to Establish Quiet Zones Segment Crossing Expected Improvements Costs Total Segment Cost Improved Median-or- Boones Ferry Rd $50,000- Four-Quadrant Gates near Pilkington Rd $500,000(+) Vehicle Detection A Bryant Rd Non-traversable Median $100,000- near Lower Dr Lane Channelization $50,000 $75,000 $600,000(+) Reese Rd To Be Determined Pedestrian Pathway by FRA Diagnostic Team Lakeview Blvd Non-traversable Median B $50,000-$75,000 $50,000-$75,000 near Iron Mountain Blvd Lane Channelization Mulligan Ln Close Crossing-or- near North Shore Rd Flashing Gates $0 $300000 Berwick Rd None Needed $0 near North Shore Rd C $225,000- 5th St $575,000(+) near Cabana Ln Flashing Gates $225,000-$275,000 3rd St To Be Determined ? Pedestrian Crossing by FRA Diagnostic Team Total to establish quiet zone at all City crossings: $375,000- $1,250,000(+) Appendix U. S. DOT CROSSING INVENTORY FORM DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION OMB No.2130-0017 Instructions for the initial reporting of the following types of new or previously unreported crossings: For public highway-rail grade crossings, complete the entire inventory Form. For private highway-rail grade crossings, complete the Header, Parts I and II, and the Submission Information section. For public pathway grade crossings (including pedestrian station grade crossings),complete the Header, Parts I and II,and the Submission Information section. For Private pathway grade crossings, complete the Header, Parts I and II,and the Submission Information section.For grade-separated highway-rail or pathway crossings(including pedestrian station crossings),complete the Header,Part I, and the Submission Information section. For changes to existing data, complete the Header, Part I Items 1-3, and the Submission Information section, in addition to the updated data fields.Note:For private crossings only,Part I Item 20 and Part III Item 2.K.are required unless otherwise noted. An asterisk*denotes an optional field. A.Revision Date B.Reporting Agency C.Reason for Update(Select only one) D.DOT Crossing (MM/DD/YYYY) ❑Railroad ❑Transit ©Change in ❑New ❑Closed ❑No Train ❑Quiet Inventory Number 08 /03 /2018 Data Crossing Traffic Zone Update ©State ❑Other ❑Re-Open ❑Date ❑Change in Primary ❑Admin. 749192S Change Only Operating RR Correction Part I: Location and Classification Information 1.Primary Operating Railroad 2.State 3.County Portland&Western Railroad, Inc.[PNWR] OREGON CLACKAMAS 4.City/Municipality 5.Street/Road Name&Block Number 6.Highway Type&No. ©In LWR BOONES FERRY I ❑Near LAKE OSWEGO (Street/Road Name) I*(Block Number) CITY 7.Do Other Railroads Operate a Separate Track at Crossing? ❑Yes ©No 8.Do Other Railroads Operate Over Your Track at Crossing? ❑Yes ©No If Yes,Specify RR If Yes,Specify RR 9.Railroad Division or Region 10.Railroad Subdivision or District 11.Branch or Line Name 12.RR Milepost FD 1 0747.90 1 ❑None WESTERN ❑None WILLSBURG ©None (prefix) I (nnnn.nnn) I (suffix) 13.Line Segment 14.Nearest RR Timetable 15.Parent RR (if applicable) 16.Crossing Owner(if applicable) * Station * FD 747.90 BRYANT ©N/A ❑N/A UP 17.Crossing Type 18.Crossing Purpose 19.Crossing Position 20.Public Access 21.Type of Train 22.Average Passenger ©Highway ©At Grade (if Private Crossing) ©Freight ❑Transit Train Count Per Day ©Public ❑Pathway,Ped. ❑RR Under ❑Yes ❑Intercity Passenger ❑Shared Use Transit ❑Less Than One Per Day ❑Private ❑Station,Ped. ❑RR Over ❑No ❑Commuter ❑Tourist/Other ❑Number Per Day 0 23.Type of Land Use ❑Open Space ❑Farm ❑Residential ©Commercial ❑Industrial ❑Institutional ❑Recreational ❑RR Yard 24.Is there an Adjacent Crossing with a Separate Number? 25.Quiet Zone (FRA provided) ❑Yes ©No If Yes,Provide Crossing Number 0 No ❑24 Hr ❑Partial ❑Chicago Excused Date Established 26. HSR Corridor ID 27.Latitude in decimal degrees 28.Longitude in decimal degrees 29.Lat/Long Source ©N/A (WGS84 std: nn.nnnnnnn) 45.4027581 (WGS84 std: -nnn.nnnnnnn)-122.7325571 a Actual ❑Estimated 30.A. Railroad Use * 31.A. State Use * 30.B. Railroad Use * 31.B. State Use * 30.C. Railroad Use * 31.C. State Use State Phone#updated-date updated:2018-08-31 30.D. Railroad Use * 31.D. State Use *FD-747.90 32.A. Narrative (Railroad Use) * 32.B. Narrative(State Use) * 33.Emergency Notification Telephone No.(posted) 34.Railroad Contact (Telephone No.) 35. State Contact (Telephone No.) 800-800-2203 800-800-2203 509-986-4273 Part II: Railroad Information 1.Estimated Number of Daily Train Movements 1.A. Total Day Thru Trains 1.B. Total Night Thru Trains 1.C.Total Switching Trains 1.D.Total Transit Trains 1.E.Check if Less Than (6AM to 6 PM) (6 PM to 6AM) One Movement Per Day ❑ 3 1 4 0 How many trains per week? 16 2.Year of Train Count Data(VYVY) 3.Speed of Train at Crossing 3.A.Maximum Timetable Speed(mph) 25 2016 3.B.Typical Speed Range Over Crossing(mph) From 1 to 25 4.Type and Count of Tracks Main 1 Siding() Yard 0 Transit 0 Industry 0 5.Train Detection(Main Track only) ❑O Constant Warning Time ❑ Motion Detection ❑AFO ❑ PTC ❑ DC ❑ Other ❑ None 6. Is Track Signaled? 1 7.A. Event Recorder 1 7.B. Remote Health Monitoring ❑ Yes © No © Yes ❑ No ❑ Yes © No FORM FRA F 6180.71 (Rev. 08/03/2016) OMB approval expires 11/30/2022 Page 1 OF 2 U. S. DOT CROSSING INVENTORY FORM A.Revision Date(MM/DD/YYYY) PAGE 2 1 D.Crossing Inventory Number(7 char.) 08/03/2018 749192S Part III: Highway or Pathway Traffic Control Device Information 1.Are there 2.Types of Passive Traffic Control Devices associated with the Crossing Signs or Signals? 2.A.Crossbuck 2.B.STOP Signs(R1-1) 2.C.YIELD Signs(R1-2) 2.D.Advance Warning Signs(Check all that apply;include count) ®None ©Yes ❑No Assemblies(count) (count) (count) ❑W10-1 ❑W10-3 ❑W10-11 2 0 ❑W10-2 ❑W10-4 ❑W10-12 2.E.Low Ground Clearance Sign 2.F.Pavement Markings 2.G.Channelization 2.H.EXEMPT Sign 2.1.ENS Sign(1-13) (W10-5) Devices/Medians (R15-3) Displayed ❑ Yes (count ) ®Stop Lines ❑Dynamic Envelope ®All Approaches ®Median ❑Yes ®Yes © No ®RR Xing Symbols ❑None ❑One Approach ❑None ❑No ❑No 2.1.Other MUTCD Signs ❑Yes ©No 2.K.Private Crossing 2.L.LED Enhanced Signs(List types) Signs(if private) Specify Type Count Specify Type Count ❑Yes ❑No Specify Type Count 3.Types of Train Activated Warning Devices at the Grade Crossing(specify count of each device for all that apply) 3.A.Gate Arms 3.B.Gate Configuration 3.C.Cantilevered(or Bridged)Flashing Light 3.D.Mast Mounted Flashing Lights 3.E.Total Count of (count) Structures(count) (count of masts) 2 Flashing Light Pairs Ii 2 Quad ❑Full(Barrier) Over Traffic Lane 2 ❑Incandescent ❑Incandescent ®LED Roadway 2 ❑3 Quad Resistance ®Back Lights Included ❑Side Lights 8 Pedestrian 0 ❑4 Quad ❑Median Gates Not Over Traffic Lane 2 ®LED Included 3.F.Installation Date of Current 3.G.Wayside Horn 3.H.Highway Traffic Signals Controlling 3.1.Bells Active Warning Devices:(MM/YYYY) Crossing (count) © Not Required Yes Installed on(MM/YYYY) / IIIYes ®No 2 ❑ 3.1.Non-Train Active Warning 3.K.Other Flashing Lights or Warning Devices ❑Flagging/Flagman ❑Manually Operated Signals ❑ Watchman ❑Floodlighting ❑None Count 0 Specify type 4.A.Does nearby Hwy 4.B.Hwy Traffic Signal 4.C.Hwy Traffic Signal Preemption 5.Highway Traffic Pre-Signals 6.Highway Monitoring Devices Intersection have Interconnection ❑ Yes ❑ No (Check all that apply) Traffic Signals? ® Not Interconnected ❑ Yes-Photo/Video Recording ❑ For Traffic Signals ❑ Simultaneous Storage Distance* ❑ Yes—Vehicle Presence Detection ©Yes ❑No ❑ For Warning Signs ❑ Advance Stop Line Distance* ❑ None Part IV: Physical Characteristics ir I 1.Traffic Lanes Crossing Railroad ❑ One-way Traffic 2. Is Roadway/Pathway 3. Does Track Run Down a Street? 4. Is Crossing Illuminated? (Street © Two-way Traffic Paved? lights within approx.50 feet from Number of Lanes 4 ❑ Divided Traffic ®Yes ❑No ❑Yes ®No nearest rail) ®Yes ❑No 5. Crossing Surface(on Main Track,multiple types allowed) Installation Date*(MM/YYYY) / Width* Length* ❑ 1 Timber ❑ 2 Asphalt ❑ 3 Asphalt and Timber © 4 Concrete ❑ 5 Concrete and Rubber ❑ 6 Rubber ❑ 7 Metal ❑ 8 Unconsolidated ❑ 9 Composite ❑ 10 Other(specify) 6. Intersecting Roadway within 500 feet? 7. Smallest Crossing Angle 8. Is Commercial Power Available?* © Yes ❑ No If Yes,Approximate Distance(feet) 320 ❑ 0°—29° IA 30°—59° ❑ 60°-90° IA Yes ❑No Part V: Public Highway Information I 1.Highway System 2.Functional Classification of Road at Crossing 3.Is Crossing on State Highway 4.Highway Speed Limit ❑ (0) Rural ® (1) Urban System? MPH ❑ (01)Interstate Highway System ❑ (1)Interstate ❑ (5)Major Collector ❑ Yes ® No ❑Posted ❑Statutory ❑ (02)Other Nat Hwy System(NHS) ❑ (2)Other Freeways and Expressways 5.Linear Referencing System(LR5 Route ID) * • (03)Federal AID,Not NHS ® (3)Other Principal Arterial ❑ (6)Minor Collector ❑ (08)Non-Federal Aid ❑ (4)Minor Arterial ❑ (7)Local 6.LRS Milepost * 7. Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) 8. Estimated Percent Trucks 9. Regularly Used by School Buses? 10. Emergency Services Route Year 1988 AADT 016000 15 % ❑Yes ®No Average Number per Day 0 ❑Yes ❑No Submission Information -This information is used for administrative purposes and is not available on the public website. Submitted by Organization Phone Date Public reporting burden for this information collection is estimated to average 30 minutes per response,including the time for reviewing instructions,searching existing data sources,gathering and maintaining the data needed and completing and reviewing the collection of information. According to the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995,a federal agency may not conduct or sponsor,and a person is not required to,nor shall a person be subject to a penalty for failure to comply with,a collection of information unless it displays a currently valid OMB control number. The valid OMB control number for information collection is 2130-0017. Send comments regarding this burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection,including for reducing this burden to: Information Collection Officer,Federal Railroad Administration,1200 New Jersey Ave.SE,MS-25 Washington,DC 20590. FORM FRA F 6180.71 (Rev. 08/03/2016) OMB approval expires 11/30/2022 Page 2 OF 2 U. S. DOT CROSSING INVENTORY FORM DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION OMB No.2130-0017 Instructions for the initial reporting of the following types of new or previously unreported crossings: For public highway-rail grade crossings, complete the entire inventory Form. For private highway-rail grade crossings, complete the Header, Parts I and II, and the Submission Information section. For public pathway grade crossings (including pedestrian station grade crossings),complete the Header, Parts I and II,and the Submission Information section. For Private pathway grade crossings, complete the Header, Parts I and II,and the Submission Information section.For grade-separated highway-rail or pathway crossings(including pedestrian station crossings),complete the Header,Part I, and the Submission Information section. For changes to existing data, complete the Header, Part I Items 1-3, and the Submission Information section, in addition to the updated data fields.Note:For private crossings only,Part I Item 20 and Part III Item 2.K.are required unless otherwise noted. An asterisk*denotes an optional field. A.Revision Date B.Reporting Agency C.Reason for Update(Select only one) D.DOT Crossing (MM/DD/YYYY) ❑Railroad ❑Transit ©Change in ❑New ❑Closed ❑No Train ❑Quiet Inventory Number 08 /03 /2018 Data Crossing Traffic Zone Update ©State ❑Other ❑Re-Open ❑Date ❑Change in Primary ❑Admin. 749190D Change Only Operating RR Correction Part I: Location and Classification Information 1.Primary Operating Railroad 2.State 3.County Portland&Western Railroad, Inc.[PNWR] OREGON CLACKAMAS 4.City/Municipality 5.Street/Road Name&Block Number 6.Highway Type&No. ©In BRYANT RD I ❑Near LAKE OSWEGO (Street/Road Name) I*(Block Number) CITY 7.Do Other Railroads Operate a Separate Track at Crossing? ❑Yes ©No 8.Do Other Railroads Operate Over Your Track at Crossing? ❑Yes ©No If Yes,Specify RR If Yes,Specify RR 9.Railroad Division or Region 10.Railroad Subdivision or District 11.Branch or Line Name 12.RR Milepost FD 1 0747.50 1 ❑None WESTERN ❑None WILLSBURG ©None (prefix) I (nnnn.nnn) I (suffix) 13.Line Segment 14.Nearest RR Timetable 15.Parent RR (if applicable) 16.Crossing Owner(if applicable) * Station * FD 74750 BRYANT ©N/A ❑N/A UP 17.Crossing Type 18.Crossing Purpose 19.Crossing Position 20.Public Access 21.Type of Train 22.Average Passenger ©Highway ©At Grade (if Private Crossing) ©Freight ❑Transit Train Count Per Day ©Public ❑Pathway,Ped. ❑RR Under ❑Yes ❑Intercity Passenger ❑Shared Use Transit ❑Less Than One Per Day ❑Private ❑Station,Ped. ❑RR Over ❑No ❑Commuter ❑Tourist/Other ❑Number Per Day 0 23.Type of Land Use ❑Open Space ❑Farm ❑Residential ©Commercial ❑Industrial ❑Institutional ❑Recreational ❑RR Yard 24.Is there an Adjacent Crossing with a Separate Number? 25.Quiet Zone (FRA provided) ❑Yes ©No If Yes,Provide Crossing Number 0 No ❑24 Hr ❑Partial ❑Chicago Excused Date Established 26. HSR Corridor ID 27.Latitude in decimal degrees 28.Longitude in decimal degrees 29.Lat/Long Source ©N/A (WGS84 std: nn.nnnnnnn) 45.4048771 (WGS84 std: -nnn.nnnnnnn)-122.7235711 ©Actual ❑Estimated 30.A. Railroad Use * 31.A. State Use * 30.B. Railroad Use * 31.B. State Use * 30.C. Railroad Use * 31.C. State Use State Phone#updated-date updated:2018-08-31 30.D. Railroad Use * 31.D. State Use *FD-747.50 32.A. Narrative (Railroad Use) * 32.B. Narrative(State Use) * 33.Emergency Notification Telephone No.(posted) 34.Railroad Contact (Telephone No.) 35. State Contact (Telephone No.) 800-800-2203 800-800-2203 509-986-4273 Part II: Railroad Information 1.Estimated Number of Daily Train Movements 1.A. Total Day Thru Trains 1.B. Total Night Thru Trains 1.C.Total Switching Trains 1.D.Total Transit Trains 1.E.Check if Less Than (6AM to 6 PM) (6 PM to 6AM) One Movement Per Day ❑ 3 1 4 0 How many trains per week? 16 2.Year of Train Count Data(VYVY) 3.Speed of Train at Crossing 3.A.Maximum Timetable Speed(mph) 25 2016 3.B.Typical Speed Range Over Crossing(mph) From 1 to 25 4.Type and Count of Tracks Main 1 Siding() Yard 0 Transit 0 Industry 0 5.Train Detection(Main Track only) ❑O Constant Warning Time ❑ Motion Detection ❑AFO ❑ PTC ❑ DC ❑ Other ❑ None 6. Is Track Signaled? 1 7.A. Event Recorder 1 7.B. Remote Health Monitoring ❑ Yes © No © Yes ❑ No ❑ Yes © No FORM FRA F 6180.71 (Rev. 08/03/2016) OMB approval expires 11/30/2022 Page 1 OF 2 U. S. DOT CROSSING INVENTORY FORM A.Revision Date(MM/DD/YYYY) PAGE 2 1 D.Crossing Inventory Number(7 char.) 08/03/2018 749190D Part III: Highway or Pathway Traffic Control Device Information 1.Are there 2.Types of Passive Traffic Control Devices associated with the Crossing Signs or Signals? 2.A.Crossbuck 2.B.STOP Signs(R1-1) 2.C.YIELD Signs(R1-2) 2.D.Advance Warning Signs(Check all that apply;include count) ®None ©Yes ❑No Assemblies(count) (count) (count) ❑W10-1 ❑W10-3 ❑W10-11 2 0 ❑W10-2 ❑W10-4 ❑W10-12 2.E.Low Ground Clearance Sign 2.F.Pavement Markings 2.G.Channelization 2.H.EXEMPT Sign 2.1.ENS Sign(1-13) (W10-5) Devices/Medians (R15-3) Displayed © Yes (count 2 ) IA Stop Lines ❑Dynamic Envelope ❑All Approaches ❑Median ❑Yes ®Yes ❑ No ®RR Xing Symbols ❑None ❑One Approach ❑None ❑No ❑No 2.1.Other MUTCD Signs ❑Yes ©No 2.K.Private Crossing 2.L.LED Enhanced Signs(List types) Signs(if private) Specify Type Count Specify Type Count ❑Yes ❑No Specify Type Count 3.Types of Train Activated Warning Devices at the Grade Crossing(specify count of each device for all that apply) 3.A.Gate Arms 3.B.Gate Configuration 3.C.Cantilevered(or Bridged)Flashing Light 3.D.Mast Mounted Flashing Lights 3.E.Total Count of (count) Structures(count) (count of masts) 2 Flashing Light Pairs 512 Quad ❑Full(Barrier) Over Traffic Lane 0 ❑Incandescent ❑Incandescent ®LED Roadway 2 ❑3 Quad Resistance ®Back Lights Included ❑Side Lights 4 Pedestrian 0 ❑4 Quad ❑Median Gates Not Over Traffic Lane 0 ❑LED Included 3.F.Installation Date of Current 3.G.Wayside Horn 3.H.Highway Traffic Signals Controlling 3.1.Bells Active Warning Devices:(MM/YYYY) Crossing (count) © Not Required 111❑ Yes ❑Installed on(MM/YYYY) / Yes ®No 2 No 3.1.Non-Train Active Warning 3.K.Other Flashing Lights or Warning Devices ❑Flagging/Flagman ❑Manually Operated Signals ❑ Watchman ❑Floodlighting ❑None Count 0 Specify type 4.A.Does nearby Hwy 4.B.Hwy Traffic Signal 4.C.Hwy Traffic Signal Preemption 5.Highway Traffic Pre-Signals 6.Highway Monitoring Devices Intersection have Interconnection ❑ Yes ❑ No (Check all that apply) Traffic Signals? ® Not Interconnected ❑ Yes-Photo/Video Recording ❑ For Traffic Signals ❑ Simultaneous Storage Distance* ❑ Yes—Vehicle Presence Detection ©Yes ❑No ❑ For Warning Signs ❑ Advance Stop Line Distance* ❑ None Part IV: Physical Characteristics ir I 1.Traffic Lanes Crossing Railroad ❑ One-way Traffic 2. Is Roadway/Pathway 3. Does Track Run Down a Street? 4. Is Crossing Illuminated? (Street © Two-way Traffic Paved? lights within approx.50 feet from Number of Lanes 2 ❑ Divided Traffic IA Yes ❑No ❑Yes IA No nearest rail) ®Yes ❑No 5. Crossing Surface(on Main Track,multiple types allowed) Installation Date*(MM/YYYY) / Width* Length* ❑ 1 Timber IA 2 Asphalt ❑ 3 Asphalt and Timber ❑ 4 Concrete ❑ 5 Concrete and Rubber ❑ 6 Rubber ❑ 7 Metal ❑ 8 Unconsolidated ❑ 9 Composite ❑ 10 Other(specify) 6. Intersecting Roadway within 500 feet? 7. Smallest Crossing Angle 8. Is Commercial Power Available?* © Yes ❑ No If Yes,Approximate Distance(feet) 300 ❑ 0°—29° ❑ 30°—59° ® 60°-90° IA Yes ❑No Part V: Public Highway Information I 1.Highway System 2.Functional Classification of Road at Crossing 3.Is Crossing on State Highway 4.Highway Speed Limit ❑ (0) Rural IA (1) Urban System? MPH ❑ (01)Interstate Highway System ❑ (1)Interstate ❑ (5)Major Collector ❑ Yes IA No ❑Posted ❑Statutory IA (02)Other Nat Hwy System(NHS) ❑ (2)Other Freeways and Expressways 5.Linear Referencing System(LR5 Route ID) * ❑ (03)Federal AID,Not NHS ❑ (3)Other Principal Arterial ❑ (6)Minor Collector ❑ (08)Non-Federal Aid IA (4)Minor Arterial ❑ (7)Local 6.LRS Milepost * 7. Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) 8. Estimated Percent Trucks 9. Regularly Used by School Buses? 10. Emergency Services Route Year 1988 AADT 008800 10 % ❑Yes ®No Average Number per Day 0 ❑Yes ❑No Submission Information -This information is used for administrative purposes and is not available on the public website. Submitted by Organization Phone Date Public reporting burden for this information collection is estimated to average 30 minutes per response,including the time for reviewing instructions,searching existing data sources,gathering and maintaining the data needed and completing and reviewing the collection of information. According to the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995,a federal agency may not conduct or sponsor,and a person is not required to,nor shall a person be subject to a penalty for failure to comply with,a collection of information unless it displays a currently valid OMB control number. The valid OMB control number for information collection is 2130-0017. Send comments regarding this burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection,including for reducing this burden to: Information Collection Officer,Federal Railroad Administration,1200 New Jersey Ave.SE,MS-25 Washington,DC 20590. FORM FRA F 6180.71 (Rev. 08/03/2016) OMB approval expires 11/30/2022 Page 2 OF 2 U. S. DOT CROSSING INVENTORY FORM DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION OMB No.2130-0017 Instructions for the initial reporting of the following types of new or previously unreported crossings: For public highway-rail grade crossings, complete the entire inventory Form. For private highway-rail grade crossings, complete the Header, Parts I and II, and the Submission Information section. For public pathway grade crossings (including pedestrian station grade crossings),complete the Header, Parts I and II,and the Submission Information section. For Private pathway grade crossings, complete the Header, Parts I and II,and the Submission Information section.For grade-separated highway-rail or pathway crossings(including pedestrian station crossings),complete the Header,Part I, and the Submission Information section. For changes to existing data, complete the Header, Part I Items 1-3, and the Submission Information section, in addition to the updated data fields.Note:For private crossings only,Part I Item 20 and Part III Item 2.K.are required unless otherwise noted. An asterisk*denotes an optional field. A.Revision Date B.Reporting Agency C.Reason for Update(Select only one) D.DOT Crossing (MM/DD/YYYY) 0 Railroad 0 Transit ©Change in 0 New 0 Closed 0 No Train 0 Quiet Inventory Number 08 /03 /2018 Data Crossing Traffic Zone Update ©State 0 Other 0 Re-Open 0 Date 0 Change in Primary 0 Admin. 749191K Change Only Operating RR Correction Part I: Location and Classification Information 1.Primary Operating Railroad 2.State 3.County Portland&Western Railroad, Inc.[PNWR] OREGON CLACKAMAS 4.City/Municipality 5.Street/Road Name&Block Number 6.Highway Type&No. ©In EXT REESE RD I ❑Near LAKE OSWEGO (Street/Road Name) I*(Block Number) NA 7.Do Other Railroads Operate a Separate Track at Crossing? 0 Yes ©No 8.Do Other Railroads Operate Over Your Track at Crossing? 0 Yes ©No If Yes,Specify RR If Yes,Specify RR 9.Railroad Division or Region 10.Railroad Subdivision or District 11.Branch or Line Name 12.RR Milepost 1 0747.10 1 ❑None PACIFIC 0 None WILLSBURG ©None (prefix) I (nnnn.nnn) I (suffix) 13.Line Segment 14.Nearest RR Timetable 15.Parent RR (if applicable) 16.Crossing Owner(if applicable) * Station * FD747.10D BRYANT ©N/A ©N/A 17.Crossing Type 18.Crossing Purpose 19.Crossing Position 20.Public Access 21.Type of Train 22.Average Passenger 0 Highway ©At Grade (if Private Crossing) ©Freight ❑Transit Train Count Per Day ©Public ©Pathway,Ped. 0 RR Under 0 Yes 0 Intercity Passenger 0 Shared Use Transit 0 Less Than One Per Day ❑Private 0 Station,Ped. 0 RR Over 0 No 0 Commuter ❑Tourist/Other ❑Number Per Day 0 23.Type of Land Use ❑Open Space 0 Farm ©Residential 0 Commercial ❑Industrial ❑Institutional 0 Recreational ❑RR Yard 24.Is there an Adjacent Crossing with a Separate Number? 25.Quiet Zone (FRA provided) ❑Yes ©No If Yes,Provide Crossing Number 0 No ❑24 Hr ❑Partial ❑Chicago Excused Date Established 26. HSR Corridor ID 27.Latitude in decimal degrees 28.Longitude in decimal degrees 29.Lat/Long Source ©N/A (WGS84 std: nn.nnnnnnn) 45.4073371 (WGS84 std: -nnn.nnnnnnn)"122.7161331 ©Actual 0 Estimated 30.A. Railroad Use * 31.A. State Use * 30.B. Railroad Use * 31.B. State Use * 30.C. Railroad Use * 31.C. State Use State Phone#updated-date updated:2018-08-31 30.D. Railroad Use * 31.D. State Use * 32.A. Narrative (Railroad Use) * 32.B. Narrative(State Use) * 33.Emergency Notification Telephone No.(posted) 34.Railroad Contact (Telephone No.) 35. State Contact (Telephone No.) 800-800-2203 800-800-2203 509-986-4273 Part II: Railroad Information 1.Estimated Number of Daily Train Movements 1.A. Total Day Thru Trains 1.B. Total Night Thru Trains 1.C.Total Switching Trains 1.D.Total Transit Trains 1.E.Check if Less Than (6AM to 6 PM) (6 PM to 6AM) One Movement Per Day 0 3 1 0 0 How many trains per week? 16 2.Year of Train Count Data(VYVY) 3.Speed of Train at Crossing 3.A.Maximum Timetable Speed(mph) 25 2016 3.B.Typical Speed Range Over Crossing(mph) From 1 to 25 4.Type and Count of Tracks Main 1 Siding() Yard 0 Transit 0 Industry 0 5.Train Detection(Main Track only) ❑ Constant Warning Time 0 Motion Detection ❑AFO ❑ PTC 0 DC 0 Other © None 6. Is Track Signaled? 1 7.A. Event Recorder 1 7.B. Remote Health Monitoring ❑ Yes © No 0 Yes 0 No 0 Yes 0 No FORM FRA F 6180.71 (Rev. 08/03/2016) OMB approval expires 11/30/2022 Page 1 OF 2 U. S. DOT CROSSING INVENTORY FORM A.Revision Date(MM/DD/YYYY) PAGE 2 1 D.Crossing Inventory Number(7 char.) 08/03/2018 749191K Part III: Highway or Pathway Traffic Control Device Information 1.Are there 2.Types of Passive Traffic Control Devices associated with the Crossing Signs or Signals? 2.A.Crossbuck 2.B.STOP Signs(R1-1) 2.C.YIELD Signs(R1-2) 2.D.Advance Warning Signs(Check all that apply;include count) ®None IA Yes ❑No Assemblies(count) (count) (count) ❑W10-1 ❑W10-3 ❑W10-11 0 0 ❑W10-2 ❑W10-4 ❑W10-12 2.E.Low Ground Clearance Sign 2.F.Pavement Markings 2.G.Channelization 2.H.EXEMPT Sign 2.1.ENS Sign(1-13) (W10-5) Devices/Medians (R15-3) Displayed ❑ Yes (count ) ❑Stop Lines ❑Dynamic Envelope ❑All Approaches ❑Median ❑Yes IA Yes IA No ❑RR Xing Symbols ❑None ❑One Approach ❑None ❑No ❑No 2.1.Other MUTCD Signs ❑Yes IA No 2.K.Private Crossing 2.L.LED Enhanced Signs(List types) Signs(if private) Specify Type Count Specify Type Count ❑Yes ❑No Specify Type Count 3.Types of Train Activated Warning Devices at the Grade Crossing(specify count of each device for all that apply) 3.A.Gate Arms 3.B.Gate Configuration 3.C.Cantilevered(or Bridged)Flashing Light 3.D.Mast Mounted Flashing Lights 3.E.Total Count of (count) Structures(count) (count of masts) 0 Flashing Light Pairs ❑2 Quad ❑Full(Barrier) Over Traffic Lane 0 ❑Incandescent ❑Incandescent ❑LED Roadway 0 ❑3 Quad Resistance ❑Back Lights Included ❑Side Lights 0 Pedestrian ❑4 Quad ❑Median Gates Not Over Traffic Lane 0 ❑LED Included 3.F.Installation Date of Current 3.G.Wayside Horn 3.H.Highway Traffic Signals Controlling 3.1.Bells Active Warning Devices:(MM/YYYY) Crossing (count) IA Not Required Yes Installed on(MM/YYYY) / ❑Yes IA No 0 ❑ 3.1.Non-Train Active Warning 3.K.Other Flashing Lights or Warning Devices ❑Flagging/Flagman ❑Manually Operated Signals ❑ Watchman ❑Floodlighting ❑None Count 0 Specify type 4.A.Does nearby Hwy 4.B.Hwy Traffic Signal 4.C.Hwy Traffic Signal Preemption 5.Highway Traffic Pre-Signals 6.Highway Monitoring Devices Intersection have Interconnection ❑ Yes ❑ No (Check all that apply) Traffic Signals? ❑ Not Interconnected ❑ Yes-Photo/Video Recording ❑ For Traffic Signals ❑ Simultaneous Storage Distance* ❑ Yes—Vehicle Presence Detection ❑Yes ❑No ❑ For Warning Signs ❑ Advance Stop Line Distance* ❑ None ' Part IV: Physical Characteristics I 1.Traffic Lanes Crossing Railroad ❑ One-way Traffic 2. Is Roadway/Pathway 3. Does Track Run Down a Street? 4. Is Crossing Illuminated? (Street ❑ Two-way Traffic Paved? lights within approx.50 feet from Number of Lanes ❑ Divided Traffic ❑Yes ❑No ❑Yes ❑No nearest rail) ❑Yes ❑No 5. Crossing Surface(on Main Track,multiple types allowed) Installation Date*(MM/YYYY) / Width* Length* ❑ 1 Timber ❑ 2 Asphalt ❑ 3 Asphalt and Timber ❑ 4 Concrete ❑ 5 Concrete and Rubber ❑ 6 Rubber ❑ 7 Metal ❑ 8 Unconsolidated ❑ 9 Composite ❑ 10 Other(specify) 6. Intersecting Roadway within 500 feet? 7. Smallest Crossing Angle 8. Is Commercial Power Available?* ❑ Yes ❑ No If Yes,Approximate Distance(feet) ❑ 0°—29° ❑ 30°—59° ❑ 60°-90° ❑Yes ❑No Part V: Public Highway Information I 1.Highway System 2.Functional Classification of Road at Crossing 3.Is Crossing on State Highway 4.Highway Speed Limit ❑ (0) Rural ❑ (1) Urban System? MPH ❑ (01)Interstate Highway System ❑ (1)Interstate ❑ (5)Major Collector ❑ Yes ❑ No ❑Posted ❑Statutory ❑ (02)Other Nat Hwy System(NHS) ❑ (2)Other Freeways and Expressways 5.Linear Referencing System(LR5 Route ID) * ❑ (03)Federal AID,Not NHS ❑ (3)Other Principal Arterial ❑ (6)Minor Collector ❑ (08)Non-Federal Aid ❑ (4)Minor Arterial ❑ (7)Local 6.LRS Milepost * 7. Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) 8. Estimated Percent Trucks 9. Regularly Used by School Buses? 10. Emergency Services Route Year 1988 AADT % ❑Yes ®No Average Number per Day 0 ❑Yes ❑No Submission Information -This information is used for administrative purposes and is not available on the public website. Submitted by Organization Phone Date Public reporting burden for this information collection is estimated to average 30 minutes per response,including the time for reviewing instructions,searching existing data sources,gathering and maintaining the data needed and completing and reviewing the collection of information. According to the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995,a federal agency may not conduct or sponsor,and a person is not required to,nor shall a person be subject to a penalty for failure to comply with,a collection of information unless it displays a currently valid OMB control number. The valid OMB control number for information collection is 2130-0017. Send comments regarding this burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection,including for reducing this burden to: Information Collection Officer,Federal Railroad Administration,1200 New Jersey Ave.SE,MS-25 Washington,DC 20590. FORM FRA F 6180.71 (Rev. 08/03/2016) OMB approval expires 11/30/2022 Page 2 OF 2 U. S. DOT CROSSING INVENTORY FORM DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION OMB No.2130-0017 Instructions for the initial reporting of the following types of new or previously unreported crossings: For public highway-rail grade crossings, complete the entire inventory Form. For private highway-rail grade crossings, complete the Header, Parts I and II, and the Submission Information section. For public pathway grade crossings (including pedestrian station grade crossings),complete the Header, Parts I and II,and the Submission Information section. For Private pathway grade crossings, complete the Header, Parts I and II,and the Submission Information section.For grade-separated highway-rail or pathway crossings(including pedestrian station crossings),complete the Header,Part I, and the Submission Information section. For changes to existing data, complete the Header, Part I Items 1-3, and the Submission Information section, in addition to the updated data fields.Note:For private crossings only,Part I Item 20 and Part III Item 2.K.are required unless otherwise noted. An asterisk*denotes an optional field. A.Revision Date B.Reporting Agency C.Reason for Update(Select only one) D.DOT Crossing (MM/DD/YYYY) ❑Railroad ❑Transit ©Change in ❑New ❑Closed ❑No Train ❑Quiet Inventory Number 08 /03 /2018 Data Crossing Traffic Zone Update ©State ❑Other ❑Re-Open ❑Date ❑Change in Primary ❑Admin. 749189J Change Only Operating RR Correction Part I: Location and Classification Information 1.Primary Operating Railroad 2.State 3.County Portland&Western Railroad, Inc.[PNWR] OREGON CLACKAMAS 4.City/Municipality 5.Street/Road Name&Block Number 6.Highway Type&No. ©In LAKEVIEW BLVD 213 I ❑Near LAKE OSWEGO (Street/Road Name) I*(Block Number) CITY 7.Do Other Railroads Operate a Separate Track at Crossing? ❑Yes a No 8.Do Other Railroads Operate Over Your Track at Crossing? ❑Yes ©No If Yes,Specify RR If Yes,Specify RR 9.Railroad Division or Region 10.Railroad Subdivision or District 11.Branch or Line Name 12.RR Milepost FD 1 0746.50 1 ❑None WESTERN ❑None WILLSBURG ©None (prefix) I (nnnn.nnn) I (suffix) 13.Line Segment 14.Nearest RR Timetable 15.Parent RR (if applicable) 16.Crossing Owner(if applicable) * Station * FD 74650 BRYANT ©N/A ❑N/A UP 17.Crossing Type 18.Crossing Purpose 19.Crossing Position 20.Public Access 21.Type of Train 22.Average Passenger ©Highway ©At Grade (if Private Crossing) ©Freight ❑Transit Train Count Per Day ©Public ❑Pathway,Ped. ❑RR Under ❑Yes ❑Intercity Passenger ❑Shared Use Transit ❑Less Than One Per Day ❑Private ❑Station,Ped. ❑RR Over ❑No ❑Commuter ❑Tourist/Other ❑Number Per Day 0 23.Type of Land Use ❑Open Space ❑Farm ©Residential ❑Commercial ❑Industrial ❑Institutional ❑Recreational ❑RR Yard 24.Is there an Adjacent Crossing with a Separate Number? 25.Quiet Zone (FRA provided) ❑Yes ©No If Yes,Provide Crossing Number 0 No ❑24 Hr ❑Partial ❑Chicago Excused Date Established 26. HSR Corridor ID 27.Latitude in decimal degrees 28.Longitude in decimal degrees 29.Lat/Long Source ©N/A (WGS84 std: nn.nnnnnnn) 45.4116100 (WGS84 std: -nnn.nnnnnnn)-122.7049000 ©Actual ❑Estimated 30.A. Railroad Use * 31.A. State Use * 30.B. Railroad Use * 31.B. State Use * 30.C. Railroad Use * 31.C. State Use State Phone#updated-date updated:2018-08-31 30.D. Railroad Use * 31.D. State Use *FD-746.50 32.A. Narrative (Railroad Use) * 32.B. Narrative(State Use) * 33.Emergency Notification Telephone No.(posted) 34.Railroad Contact (Telephone No.) 35. State Contact (Telephone No.) 800-800-2203 800-800-2203 509-986-4273 Part II: Railroad Information 1.Estimated Number of Daily Train Movements 1.A. Total Day Thru Trains 1.B. Total Night Thru Trains 1.C.Total Switching Trains 1.D.Total Transit Trains 1.E.Check if Less Than (6AM to 6 PM) (6 PM to 6AM) One Movement Per Day ❑ 3 1 0 0 How many trains per week? 16 2.Year of Train Count Data(VYVY) 3.Speed of Train at Crossing 3.A.Maximum Timetable Speed(mph) 25 2016 3.B.Typical Speed Range Over Crossing(mph) From 1 to 25 4.Type and Count of Tracks Main 1 Siding() Yard 0 Transit 0 Industry 0 5.Train Detection(Main Track only) ❑O Constant Warning Time ❑ Motion Detection ❑AFO ❑ PTC ❑ DC ❑ Other ❑ None 6. Is Track Signaled? 1 7.A. Event Recorder 1 7.B. Remote Health Monitoring ❑ Yes a No ❑ Yes © No ❑ Yes a No FORM FRA F 6180.71 (Rev. 08/03/2016) OMB approval expires 11/30/2022 Page 1 OF 2 U. S. DOT CROSSING INVENTORY FORM A.Revision Date(MM/DD/YYYY) PAGE 2 1 D.Crossing Inventory Number(7 char.) 08/03/2018 749189J Part III: Highway or Pathway Traffic Control Device Information 1.Are there 2.Types of Passive Traffic Control Devices associated with the Crossing Signs or Signals? 2.A.Crossbuck 2.B.STOP Signs(R1-1) 2.C.YIELD Signs(R1-2) 2.D.Advance Warning Signs(Check all that apply;include count) ®None ©Yes III No Assemblies(count) (count) (count) ❑W10-1 ❑W10-3 ❑W10-11 3 0 ❑W10-2 ❑W10-4 ❑W10-12 2.E.Low Ground Clearance Sign 2.F.Pavement Markings 2.G.Channelization 2.H.EXEMPT Sign 2.1.ENS Sign(1-13) (W10-5) Devices/Medians (R15-3) Displayed ❑ Yes (count ) ®Stop Lines ❑Dynamic Envelope ❑All Approaches ❑Median ❑Yes ®Yes © No ®RR Xing Symbols ❑None ❑One Approach ®None ❑No ❑No 2.1.Other MUTCD Signs ❑Yes ©No 2.K.Private Crossing 2.L.LED Enhanced Signs(List types) Signs(if private) Specify Type Count Specify Type Count ❑Yes ❑No Specify Type Count 3.Types of Train Activated Warning Devices at the Grade Crossing(specify count of each device for all that apply) 3.A.Gate Arms 3.B.Gate Configuration 3.C.Cantilevered(or Bridged)Flashing Light 3.D.Mast Mounted Flashing Lights 3.E.Total Count of (count) Structures(count) (count of masts) 3 Flashing Light Pairs Ii 2 Quad ❑Full(Barrier) Over Traffic Lane 0 ❑Incandescent ❑Incandescent ®LED Roadway 2 ❑3 Quad Resistance ®Back Lights Included ❑Side Lights 5 Pedestrian ❑4 Quad ❑Median Gates Not Over Traffic Lane 0 ❑LED Included 3.F.Installation Date of Current 3.G.Wayside Horn 3.H.Highway Traffic Signals Controlling 3.1.Bells Active Warning Devices:(MM/YYYY) Crossing (count) © Not Required III III Yes Installed on(MM/YYYY) / IIIYes ®No 3 No 3.1.Non-Train Active Warning 3.K.Other Flashing Lights or Warning Devices ❑Flagging/Flagman ❑Manually Operated Signals ❑ Watchman ❑Floodlighting ❑None Count 0 Specify type 4.A.Does nearby Hwy 4.B.Hwy Traffic Signal 4.C.Hwy Traffic Signal Preemption 5.Highway Traffic Pre-Signals 6.Highway Monitoring Devices Intersection have Interconnection ❑ Yes ❑ No (Check all that apply) Traffic Signals? ❑ Not Interconnected ❑ Yes-Photo/Video Recording ❑ For Traffic Signals ❑ Simultaneous Storage Distance* ❑ Yes—Vehicle Presence Detection ❑Yes ©No ❑ For Warning Signs ❑ Advance Stop Line Distance* ❑ None ' Part IV: Physical Characteristics I 1.Traffic Lanes Crossing Railroad ❑ One-way Traffic 2. Is Roadway/Pathway 3. Does Track Run Down a Street? 4. Is Crossing Illuminated? (Street © Two-way Traffic Paved? lights within approx.50 feet from Number of Lanes 2 ❑ Divided Traffic ®Yes ❑No ❑Yes ®No nearest rail) ®Yes ❑No 5. Crossing Surface(on Main Track,multiple types allowed) Installation Date*(MM/YYYY) / Width* Length* ❑ 1 Timber IA 2 Asphalt ❑ 3 Asphalt and Timber ❑ 4 Concrete ❑ 5 Concrete and Rubber ❑ 6 Rubber ❑ 7 Metal ❑ 8 Unconsolidated ❑ 9 Composite ❑ 10 Other(specify) 6. Intersecting Roadway within 500 feet? 7. Smallest Crossing Angle 8. Is Commercial Power Available?* © Yes ❑ No If Yes,Approximate Distance(feet) 260 ❑ 0°—29° ® 30°—59° ❑ 60°-90° ®Yes ❑No Part V: Public Highway Information I 1.Highway System 2.Functional Classification of Road at Crossing 3.Is Crossing on State Highway 4.Highway Speed Limit ❑ (0) Rural ® (1) Urban System? MPH ❑ (01)Interstate Highway System ❑ (1)Interstate ® (5)Major Collector ❑ Yes ® No ❑Posted ❑Statutory ❑ (02)Other Nat Hwy System(NHS) ❑ (2)Other Freeways and Expressways 5.Linear Referencing System(LR5 Route ID) * © (03)Federal AID,Not NHS ❑ (3)Other Principal Arterial ❑ (6)Minor Collector ❑ (08)Non-Federal Aid ❑ (4)Minor Arterial ❑ (7)Local 6.LRS Milepost * 7. Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) 8. Estimated Percent Trucks 9. Regularly Used by School Buses? 10. Emergency Services Route Year 2002 AADT 003240 15 % ®Yes ❑No Average Number per Day 6 ❑Yes ❑No Submission Information -This information is used for administrative purposes and is not available on the public website. Submitted by Organization Phone Date Public reporting burden for this information collection is estimated to average 30 minutes per response,including the time for reviewing instructions,searching existing data sources,gathering and maintaining the data needed and completing and reviewing the collection of information. According to the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995,a federal agency may not conduct or sponsor,and a person is not required to,nor shall a person be subject to a penalty for failure to comply with,a collection of information unless it displays a currently valid OMB control number. The valid OMB control number for information collection is 2130-0017. Send comments regarding this burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection,including for reducing this burden to: Information Collection Officer,Federal Railroad Administration,1200 New Jersey Ave.SE,MS-25 Washington,DC 20590. FORM FRA F 6180.71 (Rev. 08/03/2016) OMB approval expires 11/30/2022 Page 2 OF 2 U. S. DOT CROSSING INVENTORY FORM DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION OMB No.2130-0017 Instructions for the initial reporting of the following types of new or previously unreported crossings: For public highway-rail grade crossings, complete the entire inventory Form. For private highway-rail grade crossings, complete the Header, Parts I and II, and the Submission Information section. For public pathway grade crossings (including pedestrian station grade crossings),complete the Header, Parts I and II,and the Submission Information section. For Private pathway grade crossings, complete the Header, Parts I and II,and the Submission Information section.For grade-separated highway-rail or pathway crossings(including pedestrian station crossings),complete the Header,Part I, and the Submission Information section. For changes to existing data, complete the Header, Part I Items 1-3, and the Submission Information section, in addition to the updated data fields.Note:For private crossings only,Part I Item 20 and Part III Item 2.K.are required unless otherwise noted. An asterisk*denotes an optional field. A.Revision Date B.Reporting Agency C.Reason for Update(Select only one) D.DOT Crossing (MM/DD/YYYY) ❑Railroad ❑Transit ©Change in ❑New ❑Closed ❑No Train ❑Quiet Inventory Number 08 /03 /2018 Data Crossing Traffic Zone Update ©State ❑Other ❑Re-Open ❑Date ❑Change in Primary ❑Admin. 749186N Change Only Operating RR Correction Part I: Location and Classification Information 1.Primary Operating Railroad 2.State 3.County Portland&Western Railroad, Inc.[PNWR] OREGON CLACKAMAS 4.City/Municipality 5.Street/Road Name&Block Number 6.Highway Type&No. ©In BERWICK RD I ❑Near LAKE OSWEGO (Street/Road Name) I*(Block Number) CITY 7.Do Other Railroads Operate a Separate Track at Crossing? ❑Yes ©No 8.Do Other Railroads Operate Over Your Track at Crossing? ❑Yes ©No If Yes,Specify RR If Yes,Specify RR 9.Railroad Division or Region 10.Railroad Subdivision or District 11.Branch or Line Name 12.RR Milepost FD 1 0744.90 1 ❑None WESTERN ❑None WILLSBURG ©None (prefix) I (nnnn.nnn) I (suffix) 13.Line Segment 14.Nearest RR Timetable 15.Parent RR (if applicable) 16.Crossing Owner(if applicable) * Station * FD 74490 LAKE OSWEGO ©N/A ❑N/A UP 17.Crossing Type 18.Crossing Purpose 19.Crossing Position 20.Public Access 21.Type of Train 22.Average Passenger ©Highway ©At Grade (if Private Crossing) ©Freight ❑Transit Train Count Per Day ©Public ❑Pathway,Ped. ❑RR Under ❑Yes ❑Intercity Passenger ❑Shared Use Transit ❑Less Than One Per Day ❑Private ❑Station,Ped. ❑RR Over ❑No ❑Commuter ❑Tourist/Other ❑Number Per Day 0 23.Type of Land Use ❑Open Space ❑Farm ©Residential ❑Commercial ❑Industrial ❑Institutional ❑Recreational ❑RR Yard 24.Is there an Adjacent Crossing with a Separate Number? 25.Quiet Zone (FRA provided) ❑Yes ©No If Yes,Provide Crossing Number 0 No ❑24 Hr ❑Partial ❑Chicago Excused Date Established 26. HSR Corridor ID 27.Latitude in decimal degrees 28.Longitude in decimal degrees 29.Lat/Long Source ©N/A (WGS84 std: nn.nnnnnnn) 45.4163300 (WGS84 std: -nnn.nnnnnnn)-122.6762000 ©Actual ❑Estimated 30.A. Railroad Use * 31.A. State Use * 30.B. Railroad Use * 31.B. State Use * 30.C. Railroad Use * 31.C. State Use State Phone#updated-date updated:2018-08-31 30.D. Railroad Use * 31.D. State Use *FD-744.90 32.A. Narrative (Railroad Use) * 32.B. Narrative(State Use) * 33.Emergency Notification Telephone No.(posted) 34.Railroad Contact (Telephone No.) 35. State Contact (Telephone No.) 800-800-2203 800-800-2203 509-986-4273 Part II: Railroad Information 1.Estimated Number of Daily Train Movements 1.A. Total Day Thru Trains 1.B. Total Night Thru Trains 1.C.Total Switching Trains 1.D.Total Transit Trains 1.E.Check if Less Than (6AM to 6 PM) (6 PM to 6AM) One Movement Per Day ❑ 1 3 0 0 How many trains per week? 16 2.Year of Train Count Data(VYVY) 3.Speed of Train at Crossing 3.A.Maximum Timetable Speed(mph) 25 2016 3.B.Typical Speed Range Over Crossing(mph) From 1 to 25 4.Type and Count of Tracks Main 1 Siding() Yard 0 Transit 0 Industry 0 5.Train Detection(Main Track only) ❑O Constant Warning Time ❑ Motion Detection ❑AFO ❑ PTC ❑ DC ❑ Other ❑ None 6. Is Track Signaled? 1 7.A. Event Recorder 1 7.B. Remote Health Monitoring ❑ Yes © No © Yes ❑ No ❑ Yes © No FORM FRA F 6180.71 (Rev. 08/03/2016) OMB approval expires 11/30/2022 Page 1 OF 2 U. S. DOT CROSSING INVENTORY FORM A.Revision Date(MM/DD/YYYY) PAGE 2 1 D.Crossing Inventory Number(7 char.) 08/03/2018 749186N Part III: Highway or Pathway Traffic Control Device Information 1.Are there 2.Types of Passive Traffic Control Devices associated with the Crossing Signs or Signals? 2.A.Crossbuck 2.B.STOP Signs(R1-1) 2.C.YIELD Signs(R1-2) 2.D.Advance Warning Signs(Check all that apply;include count) ®None ©Yes ❑No Assemblies(count) (count) (count) ❑W10-1 ❑W10-3 ❑W10-11 3 0 ❑W10-2 ❑W10-4 ❑W10-12 2.E.Low Ground Clearance Sign 2.F.Pavement Markings 2.G.Channelization 2.H.EXEMPT Sign 2.1.ENS Sign(1-13) (W10-5) Devices/Medians (R15-3) Displayed ❑ Yes (count ) ®Stop Lines ❑Dynamic Envelope ❑All Approaches ❑Median ❑Yes ®Yes © No ®RR Xing Symbols ❑None ❑One Approach ®None ❑No ❑No 2.1.Other MUTCD Signs ©Yes ❑No 2.K.Private Crossing 2.L.LED Enhanced Signs(List types) Specify Type Count 1 Signs(if private) Specify Type Count 0 ❑Yes ❑No Specify Type Count 3.Types of Train Activated Warning Devices at the Grade Crossing(specify count of each device for all that apply) 3.A.Gate Arms 3.B.Gate Configuration 3.C.Cantilevered(or Bridged)Flashing Light 3.D.Mast Mounted Flashing Lights 3.E.Total Count of (count) Structures(count) (count of masts) 3 Flashing Light Pairs ®2 Quad ❑Full(Barrier) Over Traffic Lane 0 ❑Incandescent ❑Incandescent ®LED Roadway 2 ❑3 Quad Resistance ®Back Lights Included ®Side Lights 7 Pedestrian 0 ❑4 Quad ❑Median Gates Not Over Traffic Lane 0 ❑LED Included 3.F.Installation Date of Current 3.G.Wayside Horn 3.H.Highway Traffic Signals Controlling 3.1.Bells Active Warning Devices:(MM/YYYY) Crossing (count) ❑ Not Required Yes Installed on(MM/YYYY) / IIIYes ®No 2 ❑ 3.1.Non-Train Active Warning 3.K.Other Flashing Lights or Warning Devices ❑Flagging/Flagman ❑Manually Operated Signals ❑ Watchman ❑Floodlighting ❑None Count 1 Specify type SIDELIGHT 4.A.Does nearby Hwy 4.B.Hwy Traffic Signal 4.C.Hwy Traffic Signal Preemption 5.Highway Traffic Pre-Signals 6.Highway Monitoring Devices Intersection have Interconnection ❑ Yes ❑ No (Check all that apply) Traffic Signals? ❑ Not Interconnected ❑ Yes-Photo/Video Recording ❑ For Traffic Signals ❑ Simultaneous Storage Distance* ❑ Yes—Vehicle Presence Detection ❑Yes ©No ❑ For Warning Signs ❑ Advance Stop Line Distance* ❑ None ' Part IV: Physical Characteristics I 1.Traffic Lanes Crossing Railroad ❑ One-way Traffic 2. Is Roadway/Pathway 3. Does Track Run Down a Street? 4. Is Crossing Illuminated? (Street © Two-way Traffic Paved? lights within approx.50 feet from Number of Lanes 2 ❑ Divided Traffic ®Yes ❑No ❑Yes ®No nearest rail) ❑Yes ®No 5. Crossing Surface(on Main Track,multiple types allowed) Installation Date*(MM/YYYY) / Width* Length* ❑ 1 Timber ❑ 2 Asphalt ❑ 3 Asphalt and Timber © 4 Concrete ❑ 5 Concrete and Rubber ❑ 6 Rubber ❑ 7 Metal ❑ 8 Unconsolidated ❑ 9 Composite ❑ 10 Other(specify) 6. Intersecting Roadway within 500 feet? 7. Smallest Crossing Angle 8. Is Commercial Power Available?* © Yes ❑ No If Yes,Approximate Distance(feet) 75 ❑ 0°—29° ❑ 30°—59° ® 60°-90° ®Yes ❑No Part V: Public Highway Information I 1.Highway System 2.Functional Classification of Road at Crossing 3.Is Crossing on State Highway 4.Highway Speed Limit ❑ (0) Rural ® (1) Urban System? 25 MPH ❑ (01)Interstate Highway System ❑ (1)Interstate ❑ (5)Major Collector ❑ Yes ® No ®Posted ❑Statutory ❑ (02)Other Nat Hwy System(NHS) ❑ (2)Other Freeways and Expressways 5.Linear Referencing System(LR5 Route ID) * ❑ (03)Federal AID,Not NHS ❑ (3)Other Principal Arterial ❑ (6)Minor Collector © (08)Non-Federal Aid ❑ (4)Minor Arterial ® (7)Local 6.LRS Milepost * 7. Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) 8. Estimated Percent Trucks 9. Regularly Used by School Buses? 10. Emergency Services Route Year 2002 AADT 001449 10 % ®Yes ❑No Average Number per Day 12 ❑Yes ❑No Submission Information -This information is used for administrative purposes and is not available on the public website. Submitted by Organization Phone Date Public reporting burden for this information collection is estimated to average 30 minutes per response,including the time for reviewing instructions,searching existing data sources,gathering and maintaining the data needed and completing and reviewing the collection of information. According to the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995,a federal agency may not conduct or sponsor,and a person is not required to,nor shall a person be subject to a penalty for failure to comply with,a collection of information unless it displays a currently valid OMB control number. The valid OMB control number for information collection is 2130-0017. Send comments regarding this burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection,including for reducing this burden to: Information Collection Officer,Federal Railroad Administration,1200 New Jersey Ave.SE,MS-25 Washington,DC 20590. FORM FRA F 6180.71 (Rev. 08/03/2016) OMB approval expires 11/30/2022 Page 2 OF 2 U. S. DOT CROSSING INVENTORY FORM DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION OMB No.2130-0017 Instructions for the initial reporting of the following types of new or previously unreported crossings: For public highway-rail grade crossings, complete the entire inventory Form. For private highway-rail grade crossings, complete the Header, Parts I and II, and the Submission Information section. For public pathway grade crossings (including pedestrian station grade crossings),complete the Header, Parts I and II,and the Submission Information section. For Private pathway grade crossings, complete the Header, Parts I and II,and the Submission Information section.For grade-separated highway-rail or pathway crossings(including pedestrian station crossings),complete the Header,Part I, and the Submission Information section. For changes to existing data, complete the Header, Part I Items 1-3, and the Submission Information section, in addition to the updated data fields.Note:For private crossings only,Part I Item 20 and Part III Item 2.K.are required unless otherwise noted. An asterisk*denotes an optional field. A.Revision Date B.Reporting Agency C.Reason for Update(Select only one) D.DOT Crossing (MM/DD/YYYY) ❑Railroad ❑Transit ©Change in ❑New ❑Closed ❑No Train ❑Quiet Inventory Number 08 /03 /2018 Data Crossing Traffic Zone Update ©State ❑Other ❑Re-Open ❑Date ❑Change in Primary ❑Admin. 749184A Change Only Operating RR Correction Part I: Location and Classification Information 1.Primary Operating Railroad 2.State 3.County Portland&Western Railroad, Inc.[PNWR] OREGON CLACKAMAS 4.City/Municipality 5.Street/Road Name&Block Number 6.Highway Type&No. ©In FIFTH ST I ❑Near LAKE OSWEGO (Street/Road Name) I*(Block Number) CITY 7.Do Other Railroads Operate a Separate Track at Crossing? ❑Yes ©No 8.Do Other Railroads Operate Over Your Track at Crossing? ❑Yes ©No If Yes,Specify RR If Yes,Specify RR 9.Railroad Division or Region 10.Railroad Subdivision or District 11.Branch or Line Name 12.RR Milepost 1 0744.55 1 ❑None PACIFIC ❑None WILLSBURG ©None (prefix) I (nnnn.nnn) I (suffix) 13.Line Segment 14.Nearest RR Timetable 15.Parent RR (if applicable) 16.Crossing Owner(if applicable) * Station * FD744.55 LADD ©N/A ©N/A 17.Crossing Type 18.Crossing Purpose 19.Crossing Position 20.Public Access 21.Type of Train 22.Average Passenger ©Highway ©At Grade (if Private Crossing) ©Freight ❑Transit Train Count Per Day ©Public ❑Pathway,Ped. ❑RR Under ❑Yes ❑Intercity Passenger ❑Shared Use Transit ❑Less Than One Per Day ❑Private ❑Station,Ped. ❑RR Over ❑No ❑Commuter ❑Tourist/Other ❑Number Per Day 0 23.Type of Land Use ❑Open Space ❑Farm ©Residential ❑Commercial ❑Industrial ❑Institutional ❑Recreational ❑RR Yard 24.Is there an Adjacent Crossing with a Separate Number? 25.Quiet Zone (FRA provided) ❑Yes ©No If Yes,Provide Crossing Number 0 No ❑24 Hr ❑Partial ❑Chicago Excused Date Established 26. HSR Corridor ID 27.Latitude in decimal degrees 28.Longitude in decimal degrees 29.Lat/Long Source ©N/A (WGS84 std: nn.nnnnnnn) 45.4165000 (WGS84 std: -nnn.nnnnnnn)-122.6684040 ©Actual ❑Estimated 30.A. Railroad Use * 31.A. State Use * 30.B. Railroad Use * 31.B. State Use * 30.C. Railroad Use * 31.C. State Use State Phone#updated-date updated:2018-08-31 30.D. Railroad Use * 31.D. State Use *FD-744.55 32.A. Narrative (Railroad Use) * 32.B. Narrative(State Use) * 33.Emergency Notification Telephone No.(posted) 34.Railroad Contact (Telephone No.) 35. State Contact (Telephone No.) 800-800-2203 800-800-2203 509-986-4273 Part II: Railroad Information 1.Estimated Number of Daily Train Movements 1.A. Total Day Thru Trains 1.B. Total Night Thru Trains 1.C.Total Switching Trains 1.D.Total Transit Trains 1.E.Check if Less Than (6AM to 6 PM) (6 PM to 6AM) One Movement Per Day ❑ 3 1 0 0 How many trains per week? 16 2.Year of Train Count Data(VYVY) 3.Speed of Train at Crossing 3.A.Maximum Timetable Speed(mph) 10 2016 3.B.Typical Speed Range Over Crossing(mph) From 1 to 10 4.Type and Count of Tracks Main 1 Siding() Yard 0 Transit 0 Industry 0 5.Train Detection(Main Track only) ❑ Constant Warning Time ❑ Motion Detection ❑AFO ❑ PTC ❑ DC ❑ Other © None 6. Is Track Signaled? 1 7.A. Event Recorder 1 7.B. Remote Health Monitoring © Yes ❑ No ❑ Yes ❑ No ❑ Yes ❑ No FORM FRA F 6180.71 (Rev. 08/03/2016) OMB approval expires 11/30/2022 Page 1 OF 2 U. S. DOT CROSSING INVENTORY FORM A.Revision Date(MM/DD/YYYY) PAGE 2 1 D.Crossing Inventory Number(7 char.) 08/03/2018 749184A Part III: Highway or Pathway Traffic Control Device Information 1.Are there 2.Types of Passive Traffic Control Devices associated with the Crossing Signs or Signals? 2.A.Crossbuck 2.B.STOP Signs(R1-1) 2.C.YIELD Signs(R1-2) 2.D.Advance Warning Signs(Check all that apply;include count) ®None ©Yes ❑No Assemblies(count) (count) (count) ❑W10-1 ❑W10-3 ❑W10-11 1 2 ❑W10-2 ❑W10-4 ❑W10-12 2.E.Low Ground Clearance Sign 2.F.Pavement Markings 2.G.Channelization 2.H.EXEMPT Sign 2.1.ENS Sign(1-13) (W10-5) Devices/Medians (R15-3) Displayed © Yes (count ) ❑Stop Lines ❑Dynamic Envelope ❑All Approaches ❑Median ❑Yes ®Yes ❑ No ❑RR Xing Symbols ®None ❑One Approach ❑None ❑No ❑No 2.1.Other MUTCD Signs ❑Yes ©No 2.K.Private Crossing 2.L.LED Enhanced Signs(List types) Signs(if private) Specify Type Count Specify Type Count ❑Yes ❑No Specify Type Count 3.Types of Train Activated Warning Devices at the Grade Crossing(specify count of each device for all that apply) 3.A.Gate Arms 3.B.Gate Configuration 3.C.Cantilevered(or Bridged)Flashing Light 3.D.Mast Mounted Flashing Lights 3.E.Total Count of (count) Structures(count) (count of masts) 0 Flashing Light Pairs ❑2 Quad ❑Full(Barrier) Over Traffic Lane 0 ❑Incandescent ❑Incandescent ❑LED Roadway 0 ❑3 Quad Resistance ❑Back Lights Included ❑Side Lights 0 Pedestrian ❑4 Quad ❑Median Gates Not Over Traffic Lane 0 ❑LED Included 3.F.Installation Date of Current 3.G.Wayside Horn 3.H.Highway Traffic Signals Controlling 3.1.Bells Active Warning Devices:(MM/YYYY) Crossing (count) © Not Required Yes Installed on(MM/YYYY) / ❑Yes ®No 0 ❑ 3.1.Non-Train Active Warning 3.K.Other Flashing Lights or Warning Devices ❑Flagging/Flagman ❑Manually Operated Signals ❑ Watchman ❑Floodlighting ❑None Count 0 Specify type 4.A.Does nearby Hwy 4.B.Hwy Traffic Signal 4.C.Hwy Traffic Signal Preemption 5.Highway Traffic Pre-Signals 6.Highway Monitoring Devices Intersection have Interconnection ❑ Yes ❑ No (Check all that apply) Traffic Signals? ❑ Not Interconnected ❑ Yes-Photo/Video Recording ❑ For Traffic Signals ❑ Simultaneous Storage Distance* ❑ Yes—Vehicle Presence Detection ❑Yes ❑No ❑ For Warning Signs ❑ Advance Stop Line Distance* ❑ None ' Part IV: Physical Characteristics I 1.Traffic Lanes Crossing Railroad ❑ One-way Traffic 2. Is Roadway/Pathway 3. Does Track Run Down a Street? 4. Is Crossing Illuminated? (Street ❑ Two-way Traffic Paved? lights within approx.50 feet from Number of Lanes 2 ❑ Divided Traffic ®Yes ❑No ❑Yes ®No nearest rail) ❑Yes ❑No 5. Crossing Surface(on Main Track,multiple types allowed) Installation Date*(MM/YYYY) / Width* Length* ❑ 1 Timber IA 2 Asphalt ❑ 3 Asphalt and Timber ❑ 4 Concrete ❑ 5 Concrete and Rubber ❑ 6 Rubber ❑ 7 Metal ❑ 8 Unconsolidated ❑ 9 Composite ❑ 10 Other(specify) 6. Intersecting Roadway within 500 feet? 7. Smallest Crossing Angle 8. Is Commercial Power Available?* ❑ Yes © No If Yes,Approximate Distance(feet) ❑ 0°—29° ❑ 30°—59° ® 60°-90° ®Yes ❑No Part V: Public Highway Information I 1.Highway System 2.Functional Classification of Road at Crossing 3.Is Crossing on State Highway 4.Highway Speed Limit ❑ (0) Rural ® (1) Urban System? MPH ❑ (01)Interstate Highway System ❑ (1)Interstate ❑ (5)Major Collector ❑ Yes IA No ❑Posted ❑Statutory ❑ (02)Other Nat Hwy System(NHS) ❑ (2)Other Freeways and Expressways 5.Linear Referencing System(LR5 Route ID) * ❑ (03)Federal AID,Not NHS ❑ (3)Other Principal Arterial ❑ (6)Minor Collector © (08)Non-Federal Aid ❑ (4)Minor Arterial ® (7)Local 6.LRS Milepost * 7. Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) 8. Estimated Percent Trucks 9. Regularly Used by School Buses? 10. Emergency Services Route Year 1988 AADT 000070 10 % ❑Yes ®No Average Number per Day 0 ❑Yes ❑No Submission Information -This information is used for administrative purposes and is not available on the public website. Submitted by Organization Phone Date Public reporting burden for this information collection is estimated to average 30 minutes per response,including the time for reviewing instructions,searching existing data sources,gathering and maintaining the data needed and completing and reviewing the collection of information. According to the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995,a federal agency may not conduct or sponsor,and a person is not required to,nor shall a person be subject to a penalty for failure to comply with,a collection of information unless it displays a currently valid OMB control number. The valid OMB control number for information collection is 2130-0017. Send comments regarding this burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection,including for reducing this burden to: Information Collection Officer,Federal Railroad Administration,1200 New Jersey Ave.SE,MS-25 Washington,DC 20590. FORM FRA F 6180.71 (Rev. 08/03/2016) OMB approval expires 11/30/2022 Page 2 OF 2 SSM CODES I other codes 1Temporary Closure of a Public Highway-Rail Grade Crossing 2Permanent Closure of a Public Highway-Rail Grade Crossing 3Grade Separation of a Public Highway-Rail Grade Crossing 4Four-Quadrant Gates Upgrade from Two Quadrant gates, No Vehicle Presence Detection 5Four-Quadrant Gates Upgrade from Two Quadrant Gates,with medians and no Vehicle Presence Detection 6Four-Quadrant Gates Upgrade from Two Quadrant Gates,with Vehicle Presence Detection 7Four-Quadrant Gates Upgrade from Two Quadrant Gates,with medians and Vehicle Presence Detection SFour-Quadrant Gates New Installation, No Vehicle Presence Detection 9Four-Quadrant Gates New Installation with medians and no Vehicle Presence Detection 10Four-Quadrant Gates New Installation with Vehicle Presence Detection 11Four-Quadrant Gates New Installation with medians and Vehicle Presence Detection 12Mountable medians with Reflective Traffic Channelization Devices 13Non-Traversable Curb Medians with or without Channelization Devices 14One-Way Streets with Gates Print This Page Home I Help I Contact I logoff wfarley@lakeoswego.city Cancel I Change Scenario: BOONES FER_60853 • Continue 'Crossing 'Street 'Traffic 'Warning Device IPre-SSM ISSMIRisk Create New Zone I749192S ILWR BOONES FERRY I19000IGates I 0 I0 '26,784.521 MODIFY Manage Existing Zones Summary *Only Public At Grade Crossings are listed. BOONES FERRY NEAR Log Off Click for Supplementary Safety Measures [SSM] Proposed Quiet Zone: PILKINGTON RD Click for ASM spreadsheet: ASM I*Note:The use of Type: New 24-hour QZ ASMs requires an application to and approval from the Scenario: BOONES FER_60853 Step by Step Instructions: FRA. Estimated Total Cost: $0.00 Nationwide Significant Risk 13811 .00 Threshold: Step 1:To specify New Warning Risk Index with Horns: 16057.87 Device(For Pre-Rule Quiet Zone Only) and/or SSM,click the MODIFY Button Quiet Zone Risk Index: 26784.52 Step 2:Select proposed warning device or SSM.Then click the UPDATE button.To generate a spreadsheet of the values on this page,click on ASM button—This spreadsheet can then be used for ASM calculations. Step 3: Repeat Step(2) until the SELECT button is shown at the bottom right side of this page. Note that the SELECT button is shown ONLY when the Quiet Zone Risk Index falls below the NSRT or the Risk Index with Horn. Step 4:To save the scenario and continue,click the SELECT button Print This Page Home I Help I Contact I logoff wfarley@lakeoswego.city Cancel I Change Scenario: BOONES FER_60853 • Continue 'Crossing 'Street 'Traffic 'Warning Device IPre-SSM ISSM'Risk Create New Zone I749192S ILWR BOONES FERRY I19000IGates I 0 113 15,356.91 MODIFY Manage Existing Zones Summary *Only Public At Grade Crossings are listed. Log Off Proposed Quiet Zone: BOONES FERRY NEAR PILKINGTON RD ALERT:Quiet Zone qualifies because SSM has been applied in each crossing. Type: New 24-hour QZ Scenario: BOONES FER_60853 Step by Step Instructions: Click for Supplementary Safety Measures [SSM], Estimated Total Cost: $15,000.00 Click for ASM spreadsheet: ASM I*Note:The use of Nationwide Significant Risk ASMs requires an application to and approval from the Threshold: 13811 .00 Step 1:To specify New Warning FRA. Risk Index with Horns: 16057.87 Device(For Pre-Rule Quiet Zone Only) and/or SSM,click the MODIFY Button Quiet Zone Risk Index: 5356.9 Step 2:Select proposed warning device or SSM.Then click the UPDATE Select button.To generate a spreadsheet of the values on this page,click on ASM button—This spreadsheet can then be used for ASM calculations. Step 3: Repeat Step(2) until the SELECT button is shown at the bottom right side of this page. Note that the SELECT button is shown ONLY when the Quiet Zone Risk Index falls below the NSRT or the Risk Index with Horn. Step 4:To save the scenario and continue,click the SELECT button Print This Page Home I Help I Contact I logoff wfarley@lakeoswego.city Cancel I Change Scenario: BOONES FER_60853 • Continue 'Crossing 'Street 'Traffic 'Warning Device IPre-SSM ISSMIRisk Create New Zone I749192S ILWR BOONES FERRY I19000IGates I 0 17 12,142.761 MODIFY Manage Existing Zones Summary *Only Public At Grade Crossings are listed. Log Off Proposed Quiet Zone: BOONES FERRY NEAR PILKINGTON RD ALERT:Quiet Zone qualifies because SSM has been applied in each crossing. Type: New 24-hour QZ Scenario: BOONES FER_60853 Step by Step Instructions: Click for Supplementary Safety Measures [SSM], Estimated Total Cost: $140,000.00 Click for ASM spreadsheet: ASM I*Note:The use of Nationwide Significant Risk ASMs requires an application to and approval from the Threshold: 13811 .00 Step 1:To specify New Warning FRA. Risk Index with Horns: 16057.87 Device(For Pre-Rule Quiet Zone Only) and/or SSM,click the MODIFY Button Quiet Zone Risk Index: 2142.76 Step 2:Select proposed warning device or SSM.Then click the UPDATE Select button.To generate a spreadsheet of the values on this page,click on ASM button—This spreadsheet can then be used for ASM calculations. Step 3: Repeat Step(2) until the SELECT button is shown at the bottom right side of this page. Note that the SELECT button is shown ONLY when the Quiet Zone Risk Index falls below the NSRT or the Risk Index with Horn. Step 4:To save the scenario and continue,click the SELECT button Print This Page Home I Help I Contact I logoff wfarley@lakeoswego.city Cancel I Change Scenario: BRYANT_60854 Continue Crossing Street (Traffic (Warning Device IPre-SSM ISSM'Risk 749190D BRYANT RD 11000 Gates 0 Create New Zone 0 18,971.77 MODIFY Manage Existing Zones Summary *Only Public At Grade Crossings are listed. Log Off Proposed Quiet Zone: BRYANT Click for Supplementary Safety Measures [SSM], Type: New 24-hour QZ Click for ASM spreadsheet: ASM]*Note:The use of Scenario: BRYANT_60854 ASMs requires an application to and approval from the Estimated Total Cost: $0.00 Step by Step Instructions: FRA. Nationwide Significant Risk 13811 .00 Threshold: Risk Index with Horns: 11373.96 Step 1:To specify New Warning Device(For Pre-Rule Quiet Zone Only) Quiet Zone Risk Index: 18971.77 and/or SSM,click the MODIFY Button Step 2: Select proposed warning device or SSM.Then click the UPDATE button.To generate a spreadsheet of the values on this page, click on ASM button—This spreadsheet can then be used for ASM calculations. Step 3: Repeat Step(2) until the SELECT button is shown at the bottom right side of this page. Note that the SELECT button is shown ONLY when the Quiet Zone Risk Index falls below the NSRT or the Risk Index with Horn. Step 4:To save the scenario and continue,click the SELECT button Print This Page Home I Help I Contact I logoff wfarley@lakeoswego.city Cancel I Change Scenario: BRYANT_60854 • Continue 'Crossing 'Street 'Traffic 'Warning Device IPre-SSM 1SSM'Risk Create New Zone I749190D IBRYANT RD I11000IGates 0 13 13,794.351 MODIFY Manage Existing Zones Summary *Only Public At Grade Crossings are listed. Proposed Quiet Zone: Bryant Log Off ALERT:Quiet Zone qualifies because SSM has been Type: New 24-hour QZ applied in each crossing. Scenario: BRYANT_60854 Step by Step Instructions: Click for Supplementary Safety Measures [SSM] Estimated Total Cost: $15,000.00 Nationwide Significant Risk Click for ASM spreadsheet: ASM I*Note:The use of Threshold: 13811 .00 ASMs requires an application to and approval from the Risk Index with Horns: 11373.96 Step 1:To specify New Warning FRA. Device(For Pre-Rule Quiet Zone Only) Quiet Zone Risk Index: 3794.35 and/or SSM,click the MODIFY Button Step 2:Select proposed warning Select device or SSM.Then click the UPDATE button.To generate a spreadsheet of the values on this page,click on ASM button—This spreadsheet can then be used for ASM calculations. Step 3: Repeat Step(2) until the SELECT button is shown at the bottom right side of this page. Note that the SELECT button is shown ONLY when the Quiet Zone Risk Index falls below the NSRT or the Risk Index with Horn. Step 4:To save the scenario and continue,click the SELECT button Print This Page Home I Help I Contact I logoff wfarley@lakeoswego.city Cancel I Change Scenario: BRYANT_60854 • Continue 'Crossing 'Street 'Traffic 'Warning Device IPre-SSM ISSMIRisk Create New Zone I749190D 'BRYANT RD I11000IGates 0 112 14,742.941 MODIFY Manage Existing Zones Summary *Only Public At Grade Crossings are listed. Proposed Quiet Zone: BRYANT Log Off ALERT:Quiet Zone qualifies because SSM has been Type: New 24-hour QZ applied in each crossing. Scenario: BRYANT_60854 Step by Step Instructions: Click for Supplementary Safety Measures [SSM] Estimated Total Cost: $13,000.00 Nationwide Significant Risk Click for ASM spreadsheet: ASM I*Note:The use of Threshold: 13811 .00 ASMs requires an application to and approval from the Risk Index with Horns: 11373.96 Step 1:To specify New Warning FRA. Device(For Pre-Rule Quiet Zone Only) Quiet Zone Risk Index: 4742.94 and/or SSM,click the MODIFY Button Step 2:Select proposed warning Select device or SSM.Then click the UPDATE button.To generate a spreadsheet of the values on this page,click on ASM button—This spreadsheet can then be used for ASM calculations. Step 3: Repeat Step(2) until the SELECT button is shown at the bottom right side of this page. Note that the SELECT button is shown ONLY when the Quiet Zone Risk Index falls below the NSRT or the Risk Index with Horn. Step 4:To save the scenario and continue,click the SELECT button Print This Page Home I Help I Contact I logoff wfarley@lakeoswego.city Cancel I Change Scenario: LAKEVIEW B_60859 V Continue Crossing Street 'TrafficlWarning Device IPre-SSM ISSM'Risk 7491893 LAKEVIEW BLVD 213 �2000 Gates 0 0 10,524.231 MODIFY Create New Zone Manage Existing Zones Summary *Only Public At Grade Crossings are listed. Log Off Proposed Quiet Zone: LAKEVIEW BLVD Click for Supplementary Safety Measures [SSM], Type: New 24-hour QZ Click for ASM spreadsheet: ASM]*Note:The use of Scenario: LAKEVIEW B_60859 ASMs requires an application to and approval from the Estimated Total Cost: $0.00 Step by Step Instructions: FRA. Nationwide Significant Risk 13811 .00 Threshold: Risk Index with Horns: 6309.49 Step 1:To specify New Warning Device(For Pre-Rule Quiet Zone Only) Quiet Zone Risk Index: 10524.23 and/or SSM,click the MODIFY Button Step 2: Select proposed warning Select device or SSM.Then click the UPDATE button.To generate a spreadsheet of the values on this page, click on ASM button—This spreadsheet can then be used for ASM calculations. Step 3: Repeat Step(2) until the SELECT button is shown at the bottom right side of this page. Note that the SELECT button is shown ONLY when the Quiet Zone Risk Index falls below the NSRT or the Risk Index with Horn. Step 4:To save the scenario and continue,click the SELECT button Print This Page Home I Help I Contact I logoff wfarley@lakeoswego.city Cancel I Change Scenario: LAKEVIEW B_60859 V Continue Crossing Street 'TrafficlWarning Device 'Pre-SSM ISSM'Risk 7491893 LAKEVIEW BLVD 213 2000 Gates 0 13 2,104.851 MODIFY Create New Zone Manage Existing Zones Summary *Only Public At Grade Crossings are listed. Log Off Proposed Quiet Zone: LAKEVIEW BLVD ALERT:Quiet Zone qualifies because SSM has been Type: New 24-hour QZ applied in each crossing. Scenario: LAKEVIEW B 60859 Step by Step Instructions: Click for Supplementary Safety Measures [SSM] Estimated Total Cost: $15,000.00 Nationwide Significant Risk Click for ASM spreadsheet: ASM I*Note:The use of Threshold: 13811 .00 ASMs requires an application to and approval from the Risk Index with Horns: 6309.49 Step 1:To specify New Warning FRA. Device(For Pre-Rule Quiet Zone Only) Quiet Zone Risk Index: 2104.85 and/or SSM,click the MODIFY Button Step 2:Select proposed warning Select device or SSM.Then click the UPDATE button.To generate a spreadsheet of the values on this page, click on ASM button—This spreadsheet can then be used for ASM calculations. Step 3: Repeat Step(2) until the SELECT button is shown at the bottom right side of this page. Note that the SELECT button is shown ONLY when the Quiet Zone Risk Index falls below the NSRT or the Risk Index with Horn. Step 4:To save the scenario and continue,click the SELECT button Print This Page Home I Help I Contact I logoff wfarley@lakeoswego.city Cancel I Change Scenario: LAKEVIEW B_60859 yContinue Crossing Street 'TrafficlWarning Device 'Pre-SSM ISSMIRisk 7491891 LAKEVIEW BLVD 213 2000 Gates 0 12 2,631.06 MODIFY Create New Zone Manage Existing Zones Summary *Only Public At Grade Crossings are listed. Log Off Proposed Quiet Zone: LAKEVIEW BLVD ALERT:Quiet Zone qualifies because SSM has been Type: New 24-hour QZ applied in each crossing. Scenario: LAKEVIEW B 60859 Step by Step Instructions: Click for Supplementary Safety Measures [SSM] Estimated Total Cost: $13,000.00 Nationwide Significant Risk Click for ASM spreadsheet: ASM I*Note:The use of Threshold: 13811 .00 ASMs requires an application to and approval from the Risk Index with Horns: 6309.49 Step 1:To specify New Warning FRA. Device(For Pre-Rule Quiet Zone Only) Quiet Zone Risk Index: 2631.06 and/or SSM,click the MODIFY Button Step 2: Select proposed warning Select device or SSM.Then click the UPDATE button.To generate a spreadsheet of the values on this page, click on ASM button—This spreadsheet can then be used for ASM calculations. Step 3: Repeat Step(2) until the SELECT button is shown at the bottom right side of this page. Note that the SELECT button is shown ONLY when the Quiet Zone Risk Index falls below the NSRT or the Risk Index with Horn. Step 4:To save the scenario and continue,click the SELECT button Print This Page Home I Help I Contact I logoff wfarley@lakeoswego.city Cancel I Change Scenario: DOWNTOWN_60860 • Continue 'Crossing 'Street ITrafficlWarning Device IPre-SSM ISSM'Risk 749184A FIFTH ST 140 Gates 0 0 1,510.59 MODIFY Create New Zone 749186N BERWICK RD 1400 Gates 0 0 8,160.88 MODIFY Manage Existing Zones Log Off Summary *Only Public At Grade Crossings are listed. Proposed Quiet Zone: DOWNTOWN Click for Supplementary Safety Measures [SSM], Type: New 24-hour QZ Step by Step Instructions: Click for ASM spreadsheet: ASM I*Note:The use of Scenario: DOWNTOWN_60860 ASMs requires an application to and approval from the Estimated Total Cost: $0.00 FRA. Nationwide Significant Risk 13811 .00 Threshold: Step 1:To specify New Warning Device(For Pre-Rule Quiet Zone Only) Risk Index with Horns: 2899.12 and/or SSM,click the MODIFY Button Quiet Zone Risk Index: 4835.74 Step 2:Select proposed warning device or SSM.Then click the UPDATE button.To generate a spreadsheet of Select the values on this page,click on ASM button—This spreadsheet can then be used for ASM calculations. Step 3: Repeat Step(2) until the SELECT button is shown at the bottom right side of this page. Note that the SELECT button is shown ONLY when the Quiet Zone Risk Index falls below the NSRT or the Risk Index with Horn. Step 4:To save the scenario and continue,click the SELECT button Print This Page Home I Help I Contact I logoff wfarley@lakeoswego.city Cancel I Change Scenario: DOWNTOWN_60860 • Continue 'Crossing 'Street ITrafficlWarning Device IPre-SSM ISSM'Risk 749184A FIFTH ST 140 Gates 0 0 1,510.59 MODIFY Create New Zone 749186N BERWICK RD 1400 Gates 0 13 1,632.18 MODIFY Manage Existing Zones Log Off Summary *Only Public At Grade Crossings are listed. Proposed Quiet Zone: DOWNTOWN Click for Supplementary Safety Measures [SSM], Type: New 24-hour QZ Step by Step Instructions: Click for ASM spreadsheet: ASM I*Note:The use of Scenario: DOWNTOWN_60860 ASMs requires an application to and approval from the Estimated Total Cost: $15,000.00 FRA. Nationwide Significant Risk 13811 .00 Threshold: Step 1:To specify New Warning Device(For Pre-Rule Quiet Zone Only) Risk Index with Horns: 2899.12 and/or SSM,click the MODIFY Button Quiet Zone Risk Index: 1571.39 Step 2:Select proposed warning device or SSM.Then click the UPDATE button.To generate a spreadsheet of Select the values on this page,click on ASM button—This spreadsheet can then be used for ASM calculations. Step 3: Repeat Step(2) until the SELECT button is shown at the bottom right side of this page. Note that the SELECT button is shown ONLY when the Quiet Zone Risk Index falls below the NSRT or the Risk Index with Horn. Step 4:To save the scenario and continue,click the SELECT button